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6 Aug 2007, 8:55 am
Did any of you think that in this post, Technicalities, compared Joel Jacobsen, the prosecutor author of this post, to Norman Bates, or was it clear that I was comparing him to an unwitting Alfred Hitchcock? [read post]
3 Apr 2007, 7:11 am
Source: "The Long Surrender," Posting Number 252 on the Judging Crimes Blog by Joel Jacobsen, March 26, 2007. [read post]
14 Oct 2007, 1:40 am
(There's still time to join the HCCA complaint for those who would like to do that; get the details from Mark Bennett.And while we're on the subject of appellate judges, I couldn't help but think of Judge Keller and the CCA upon reading Joel Jacobsen's excellent post at Judging Crimes, laughing out loud when he asked, "what better job than appellate judge for the person who feels a psychological need to win every argument but lacks the intellect to win any? [read post]
31 Jul 2007, 11:32 am
I don't know if I would have seen it, or known what I was seeing, if I weren't looking for it; I might just have been generally creeped-out.Here is a blog post (from New Mexico appellate Prosecutor Joel Jacobsen's Judging Crimes blog) that had the same effect on me. [read post]
25 Jun 2017, 9:05 pm by Walter Olson
” [Thomas Firey, Cato] “New Paper Shows Workers Commute Away From Minimum Wage Rises” [Ryan Bourne, Cato] House hearing: “Illinois worker recounts ordeal to decertify union” [Sean Higgins, Washington Examiner] New Mexico: “‘Ban the box’ issue not so clear cut” [Joel Jacobsen, Albuquerque Journal] In which Jonathan Rauch and I for once disagree, but still a good survey of ideas for reinventing unionism (works councils, Andy… [read post]
2 Apr 2008, 11:34 pm
 (Since Tom’s URL is ConfoundingTheWicked.blogspot, here’s some too old to still be under copyright Mozart for the classical music lovers out there.)Let me throw Joel Jacobsen’s erudite Judging Crimes into that mix as well. [read post]
15 Jul 2007, 11:08 pm
Welcome to Blawg Review Number 117: the Bill of Rights/Criminal Law Edition.Approximately 5% of previous Blawg Review hosts have blogs related to criminal law, and not all of them practice and/or blog exclusively about criminal defense: Appellate Law & Practice, Crime and Federalism, JAG Central, Blonde Justice, Concurring Opinions, and Public Defender Stuff.This week, I will supplement the usual suspects’ contributions (i.e. posts from Civil Lawyers) with a healthy dose from… [read post]
22 Sep 2009, 3:36 pm by Patrick S. O'Donnell
Value means goodness as an end: that which is worthwhile or desirable for its own sake.We choose or determine that there be values, that they exist, but their character is independent of us.To judge that something is good is to judge that it is properly valued.Values are "intrinsic goods" that by their nature enhance a life, that make a fundamental and positive contribution to human flourishing (eudaimonia).'Values are to be brought about, maintained, saved from destruction, prized… [read post]