Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

What is there to say? This

Today, the ultra-estimable Linda Greenhouse, once the Supreme Court reporter for the NYT, published a NYT opinion essay about a SCOTUS case concerning women’s emergency health needs and abortion in Idaho, a case which was surprisingly dismissed. No decision. Greenhouse … Continue reading

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Was last night part of the satire we’ve been watching?

Oh yes. The satire… What happened last night was real life on one side of the stage (and the split screen), in the person of U.S. President Joe Biden who had taken on debating the other side of the stage, … Continue reading

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How to identify a psychopath

By his casual comments. Today, the Daily News published its popular feature, a column called Justice Story, which goes into the archives to bring out decades-old real life mysteries and mayhem. Today, the story concerned a young man, 23, brought … Continue reading

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