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"In ceasing to be an adversary one becomes an accomplice."
- John Leonard
Judge Wool says
- The appellate advocacy board game
- Breaking news: King John signs Magna Carta
- Six exciting People’s positions with illustrations
- Replacing jail with drug (mis)treatment
- Judge Bludgeon goes to science camp
- Appellate briefs are junk mail
- Sado-masochism in federal court
- Judge Bludgeon picks a jury
- Have you been “friended” by DA Vandal?
- PROSECUTORS ADMIT WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS: THE FOX IS VERY SORRY AND WILL RETURN THE CHICKENS.
- The Court of Appeals gets righteous
- How to make jail visitors comfortable: fingerprint them
- In Ceremonial Deism We Trust
- Praise the Lord and renew my drivers license
- Supreme Court serves up freedom-destroying cocktail
- Cop gets booboo, client gets 5 years (addendum)
- The revolt of the court reporters (addendum)
- The Justice Scalia Show
- “I may be a lawyer but I think like a criminal”
- The First Department takes a stand
- Judge Wool’s refrigerator magnet decision writing kit
- Don’t forget your bus ticket in the Bronx
- Valentine’s day card from Capital One
- Humor, Brooklyn DA style
- NYPD deprived of stop ‘n’ frisk turns to eviction
- Peering into peer review
- Judge Magoo pulls our leg
- Bronx judge censured over potted plant
- Where to get a bail bond in the Bronx and other advice
- Prosecutors’ junta gets coal in its stocking for Christmas
- Stocking stuffers for holiday judge-shopping
- The naughty/nice hearings
- Appellate Squawk’s holiday guide to judge-shopping
- “I’m Going to Federal Court! with Mark & Julie”
- Terrorists force First Department to read briefs
- Don’t call the Government the Government
- Advice from a talking paper clip
- The immortal NY Court of Appeals
- The interrogation industry: Part 2
- The interrogation industry: Part 1
- Eliot Spitzer finds Jesus
- Fast food, slow law
- Judge Wool’s guide to appellate review
- Everything is voluntary. . . in its own wa-ay
- Mayor Bloomberg says soda makes you fat
- SORNA: Buy it first, then ask if it works.
- Secrets of appellate advocacy
- The court interpreter knows the witness? No problem.
- Committing felony marriage
- Courts are shocked, shocked, to learn of false confessions
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