Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

You’ve heard about the not-bread judicial decision, right?

I’ve read about this in a couple of other sources but for such a crucial judicial decision, I go immediately to my insider, Kevin Underhill, Esq., maestro of Lowering the Bar. If you read the entire thing, which you should … Continue reading

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Pedophilia: a Kremlin-styled smear. Is it also projection?

As I was laying out the case against Michael Caputo, I of course had to consider the particularly dreadful smear of pedophilia. Along with Caputo, it’s in the news. Today, Mother Jones ran a piece about how Trump is trying … Continue reading

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Should the Mike Flynn case be dismissed just because Barr wants it to be?

Looking for a smidgeon of sanity today? Here it is, re the Mike Flynn case now doing one of its weird turns in federal court. This is the preliminary statement from John Gleeson, the advisor to Judge Emmet Sullivan. It … Continue reading

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