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“The Court cannot simply stand by as the fruit rots on the tree. The case is ripe for adjudication.” — Federal judge ordering college to provide due process in Title IX sexual assault investigation.
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The excited utterance exception to the rule against hearsay “rests on no firmer ground than judicial habit, in turn reflecting judicial incuriosity and reluctance to consider ancient dogmas.” — Judge Posner, 7th Cir. According to ancient dogmas, the stress of … Continue reading