I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby
Affirmative Action, Alberto Gonzales, Crime, Dahlia Lithwick, Death Penalty, Department of Justice, Eavesdropping / Wiretapping, Education / Schools, Federal Judges, Habeas Corpus, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Jury Duty, Linda Greenhouse, Morning Docket, SCOTUS, Senate Judiciary Committee, Sentencing Law, Supreme Court, Trials, War on Terror, White-Collar Crime
* AG Gonzales: Federal judges are unqualified to make national security decisions. [MSNBC] * AG Gonzales: Federal judges should be making national security decisions. [MSNBC; Washington Post] * Affirmative action takes center stage at Boalt. [WSJ Law Blog] * Dahlia asks, “Have the Supreme Court’s opinions become suggestions in Texas?” [Slate] * Linda discusses the […]
Crime, Duke Lacrosse Team Rape Case, Federal Government, Federal Judges, Guantanamo Bay, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Michael Nifong, Morning Docket, Politics, State Judges, U.S. Attorneys Offices, War on Terror
* “Utah’s highest court says don’t diss the judiciary, or else it might diss-miss your case.” [How Appealing] * Major legal issues continue to arise at Gitmo. [Washington Post] * Libby trial jury selection should take a few quick…months. [MSNBC] * Should district judges appoint prosecutors? [New York Times via Concurring Opinions] * North Carolina’s […]
Most of our devices these days are “integrated” with one another—or at least they “sync” for access to the same information at home, office and mobile locations. But legal information should never be as freeflowing as a simple calendar reminder to walk the dog. What is integration in the real world of confidential, detailed, legalese-packed law firm technology?
How do you get bloggers to change out of their proverbial pajamas? One strategy: give them press credentials. From the Media Bloggers Association (MBA): The U.S. District Court in Washington, DC has agreed to provide the MBA with two press credentials at the upcoming Scooter Libby Trial. I have been working with the folks at […]