Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 04.30.10

* The feds — this time federal prosecutors, on the criminal side, not just the SEC — might be going after Goldman. [New York Times]

* A lot of talking heads like the idea of a SCOTUS nominee who’s not already a judge — but among the general public, judicial experience reigns supreme. [Washington Post]

* Speaking of SCOTUS, President Obama has started meeting with potential nominees — including Judge Sidney Thomas (9th Cir.). [CNN]

* Bankruptcy god Harvey Miller appears in court — not as a lawyer, but as a witness. [Am Law Daily]

* The right to bear arms may be an individual right, but it’s not one you have at Fuddruckers (or at least certain branches of the popular burger chain). [WSJ Law Blog]

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