Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

A defense lawyer who could next be working for Trump

It’s his argument in support of his defendant client, as reported by Harper’s Weekly review: In France, the trial began for 18 people accused of participating in a horsemeat scam. “Even if I admit it can’t be pleasant to learn … Continue reading

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Why is Texas’s attorney general working for Elon Musk but not for Uvalde?

It’s Texas. It’s always Texas. From Harper’s Weekly Review: The Texas Department of Safety asked the state’s Office of the Attorney General, which is currently investigating whether bot accounts have artificially inflated the value of Twitter*, to block the release … Continue reading

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Why are likely Jan 6 defendants so nonchalant about going to prison?

I’ve spent some time thinking about this. Among some quick and easy answers: They don’t fully understand what they’re facing, because… They are appallingly ignorant about our history, our laws, our prosecutorial agencies such as the DOJ, and our conventions. … Continue reading

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