Tag Archives: law and the courts

Ohio judge jails lawyer for wearing ‘BLM’ pin

Yes, he did. But no, he shouldn’t have. Ohio judge Robert Milich gets himself cited in the growing narrative about lousy judges, whose prejudices against women and, especially, minority women glare as ominously as does the First Amendment-defying “In [g]od … Continue reading

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Brand new NH law bans sex with…

From FiveThirtyEight’s Significant Digits for today, Monday 6/27/2016: H.B. 1547 New Hampshire called into question its status as the “live free or die” state Friday when Gov. Maggie Hassan signed H.B. 1547, a bill finally banning sex with animals. Bestiality … Continue reading

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The role of the judge, per Donald Trump

Since I wrote about the Las Vegas judge who handcuffed a public defender for doing her job, I find myself needing to post two stories about the role of judges in our court system. This time, in support of a … Continue reading

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