Category Archives: J. Judge and courtroom

Milo Esq doesn’t understand the discovery process

I know we’re all on tenterhooks about Milo Yiannopoulos’s legal struggles with Simon & Schuster, especially now that he’s acting as his own attorney. No? So what are you on tenterhooks over? (And what are tenterhooks*, anyway?) From today’s Publisher’s … Continue reading

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Trump’s crazy court choices, Part 2

A few days ago in the New York Times, Linda Greenhouse detailed the devastation Trump is doing to the federal court system by nominating for judgeships people who should only be in federal court as defendants in civil actions. That’s … Continue reading

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“Trump’s Crazy Choices for the Courts”

Source: Trump’s Crazy Choices for the Courts – The New York Times I put the title in quotes because it’s not me saying it. It’s a fine retired federal judge, Shira Scheindlin (Southern District of New York), writing in the … Continue reading

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