Category Archives: J. Judge and courtroom

The reality of appealing a verdict to a higher court

Got this from John Ross’s review of federal circuit decisions: “This court once observed, ‘[w]hen a party comes to us with nine grounds for reversing the district court, that usually means there are none.’ [Plaintiff] comes to us with twenty-seven.” … Continue reading

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Want to read a major league judicial decision? Here you are

Zoe Tillman, whom I follow on Twitter, covers the D.C. federal courts for BuzzFeed News. Thanks to her, I’ve read detailed reports of hearings and trials in the large range of Trump-related actions. But why did I miss this really … Continue reading

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America’s (and Trump’s) war on women

From John Ross’s summaries of circuit court actions, posted on the Volokh Report: Baltimore man assaults his wife, self-surrenders to police officer that he knows. But the man’s arrest warrant goes missing under suspicious circumstances, and he is permitted to … Continue reading

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