Category Archives: J. Judge and courtroom

I’m thinking about judges

For some very good reasons. Which I’ll go into not right now. But Kevin Underhill’s LoweringTheBar gives me a nudge. And a laugh — which I’m sharing with you: It’s Judge Edison, Not Judge Ellison Mar 13, 2020 03:16 pm … Continue reading

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Recusal: and so it begins…

As justifiable anger has erupted over the GOP rush to confirm radically right wing and, in my view, intellectual and academic mediocrities to the federal courts, I started musing about recusal. I know that recusal is entirely a personal choice … Continue reading

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Warning: do not marry a woman who…well, better read this

From John Ross’s summary of court decisions on Volokh Report: If you marry a woman who, as a condition of probation, has agreed to let the police conduct a warrantless search of her home at any time, it’s probably not … Continue reading

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