Our little throwaway post from yesterday afternoon — about three nuke-protesting nuns, who previously served prison terms for their protests, and who may be returning to prison for refusing to pay restitution to the military — prompted several reader comments. The discussion turned dangerously substantive. The law of restitution was discussed; actual statutes were cited. […]
This strikes us as a bit unreasonable: A federal judge has rejected the community-service plans he requested 10 months ago from three nuns convicted of hurting national defense when they protested U.S. nuclear policies at a missile silo. That means Dominican Sisters Ardeth Platte, Carol Gilbert and Jackie Hudson could face more time in jail […]
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?