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 […]
What is the long train of e-discovery? It is powered by the relentless engines of technological advancement, surging societal and economic complexity, and the concepts of civil justice due process.
The e-discovery space seems surreal. It is a huge business for everyone but the consumers of legal services—namely, companies. For them it is just a massive, costly pain.
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 […]