Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

The perfect time line for the Trump trials

For all the foofaraw over our predominant focus on Trump — his indictments, his stalling, and the timing of his trials –I’ve just noticed with great pleasure how righteous and precise the trial calendar is, because Trump has been on … Continue reading

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That Trump jury questionnaire? It’s a…jury questionnaire

Maybe that doesn’t make sense. I’ll explain: I’ve been listening to lots of legal experts and experts-in-being-totally-hooked (as I am) on certain current legal matters. They are talking excitedly about what they’ve learned about the questionnaire to be filled in … Continue reading

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Two justice systems, one for the rich, one for the rest of us?

Another cliché I wish could be laid to rest (I’d say “killed,” but I am adamantly opposed to the death penalty). I’m highly sensitive to the gross injustices of wrongful convictions and imprisonments thanks to the Innocence Project, on the … Continue reading

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