Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

Scene from my life: The Blue Wall of Silence

In yesterday’s Times, Timothy Egan published an opinion piece, “The Blue Wall of Silence Is Starting To Crack.” Although he’s correct to describe the number of policemen who testified for the prosecution against Derek Chauvin as a crack in the … Continue reading

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Big sigh: the Matt Gaetz story

Oh, I so don’t want to do this. And I didn’t. Not really. It’s Harper’s in its Weekly Review that ran the whole story with all of its roots and shoots and craziness. I confess having had problems following the … Continue reading

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Gun insanity moves to the Supreme Court. Again.

Because I follow a great blog called SCOTUSBlog, I get notices of the cases which might or will appear before the Supreme Court. Today, I spotted this one. Two reasons why it grabbed me. First, it was a gun case … Continue reading

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