Voter Fraud

  • Trump Wikipedia


    Non-Sequiturs: 10.13.15

    * More cease-and-desist action from the world of Donald Trump. It seems he’s gone and pissed off Aerosmith. [Fortune]

    * First-person accounts of providing abortions on the cusp of Roe v. Wade. [New York Magazine]

    * This is the exact opposite of how a school district should handle teacher molestation cases, though I can see it playing well in law school fact patterns in the near future. [The Atlantic]

    * Kansas Secretary of State to begin his prosecution of voter fraud cases, after first being given authority to do so earlier this year. [Talking Point Memo]

    * These are now skills lawyers need: the ability to sell, sell, sell. [Law and More]

    * A petition to prevent gun suicides. []

    * Practical advice (in podcast form) for making your law practice lean. [Law Reboot]

    / Oct 13, 2015 at 5:15 PM
  • election 2012

    Election 2012, Election Law, Politics, Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day: But Isn’t Voter Fraud a Myth?

    One can argue about its prevalence, but voter fraud does happen, at least some of the time….

    35 Comments / / Nov 2, 2012 at 5:15 PM
  • Photo-ID-voters

    Election 2012, Election Law

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court Says Not So Fast On Controversial Voter ID Laws

    Pennsylvania’s controversial voter ID isn’t a done deal yet…

    49 Comments / / Sep 18, 2012 at 2:48 PM
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    Morning Docket: 09.06.12

    * Dewey know if Citibank is planning to sue other former D&L partners over their capital contribution loans? According to one court document filed by Luskin Stern & Eisler, the bank’s counsel, the fun has just gotten started. [Am Law Daily]

    * Unlike the voter ID laws in Texas and South Carolina, the Department of Justice has approved New Hampshire’s law of the same ilk. Apparently hippies from the “Live Free or Die” state are incapable of discrimination against minorities. [CNN]

    * Arizona, on the other hand, can discriminate against minorities all the live long day — for now. A federal judge ruled that the “show me your papers” provision of S.B. 1070, the state’s strict immigration law, may be enforced. [Bloomberg]

    * The latest argument raised in the case over the Mongolian Tyrannosaurus Bataar skeleton is that the bones are actually a “Frankenstein model based on several creatures.” This movie is getting boring. [WSJ Law Blog]

    * “[T]he state of New York doesn’t get to be a dance critic.” We’re sure that any man would gladly tell the New York Court of Appeals that lap dancing is a form of art, but should it enjoy a tax exemption? [Associated Press]

    6 Comments / / Sep 6, 2012 at 9:10 AM
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    Morning Docket: 08.31.12

    * These are some sad times in Texas, y’all. It really hasn’t been a very good week for the Lone Star state in the courts. First their redistricting plan got thrown out, and now their voter ID law has been struck down. [CNN]

    * Jeh Johnson of the Defense Department may take legal action against the former Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the Osama bin Laden raid, calling it a “material breach” of duty. Must be good; go buy it! [CBS News]

    * Bros will be bros: disbarment has been recommended for an attorney who failed to disclose to clients that he had been suspended for banging an underage chick who worked at his office. [National Law Journal]

    * Here are 15 Northeast law schools ranked by employment rate. After getting excited that mine was on the list — albeit dead last — I realized I’m seriously a low expectation havin’ motherf**ker. [Boston Business Journal]

    * George W. Huguely V, the UVA lacrosse player who beat his girlfriend to death, was sentenced to 23 years in prison. Distasteful joke alert: for his sake, we hope the prison uniforms have poppable collars. [Bloomberg]

    * A Maryland lawyer with autism and Sensory Processing Disorder has created a way for people to stop getting up in your personal space while riding public transportation. Say hello to the Sensory Shield! [Huffington Post]

    4 Comments / / Aug 31, 2012 at 9:13 AM
  • The Empire State Building. Our collective middle finger to the freaking losers and idiots out there.


    Non-Sequiturs: 08.24.12.

    * Rush Limbaugh wonders if Obama is responsible for today’s violence at the Empire State Building. As usual, someone commits a crime, and Rush tries to find a black person to pin it on. [Politico]

    * Speaking of the shooting, this is the single best update in the history of updates. [Onion]

    * Here’s how the GOP is trying to work the voter fraud angle. [AlterNet]

    * If you are going to insult your clients, I believe the preferred nomenclature is “muppets” not “toothless cooties.” [Denver Westword]

    * Of COURSE porn is copyrightable. Jesus, it’s not like any bored housewife can do it, though I suppose it is fun when the try. [The Legal Satyricon]

    * What lawyers do in August. [Dealbreaker]

    * if you happen to be in Honolulu this Labor Day, first you should thank the God you pray to that you get to be in Honolulu. But then you might want to check this legal film series “The First Thing We Do, Let’s Film All The Lawyers.” It sounds pretty cool, and might be a nice break from relaxing in paradise. [Law In Film]

    10 Comments / / Aug 24, 2012 at 5:11 PM
  • Photo ID voters

    ACLU, Constitutional Law, Election 2012, Politics

    Pennsylvania Judge Upholds Voter ID Laws

    Judge will not issue an injunction to stop Pennsylvania’s voter ID law. Now let’s explain to our non-lawyer friends what “ripeness” means…

    91 Comments / / Aug 15, 2012 at 11:07 AM
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    Non-Sequiturs, Student Loans

    Non-Sequiturs: 08.03.12.

    * Another month, another underwhelming jobs report. [WSJ Law Blog]

    * While not a lot of people graduate with six-figures of debt, a whole bunch of them are lawyers. [The Chronicle of Higher Education]

    * There is a real live fight going on between District Attorneys and criminal defense lawyers in New York. You’re not going to believe this but it seems like wrongful convictions really don’t seem to be the top concern among area prosecutors. [Simple Justice]

    * Congratulations to University of New Mexico Law School dean Kevin Washburn on being nominated by Obama to be the next head of Indian Affairs. [New York Daily News]

    * Bombarding your clients with emails is one way to show them that you care. [What About Clients?]

    * Juan Williams (who I think I’m supposed to challenge to a duel in order to get his gig on Fox) is just another person pointing out the fraudulent nature of voter fraud claims from the GOP. [Fox News]

    13 Comments / / Aug 3, 2012 at 5:01 PM