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23 Aug 2010, 11:20 am
Especially when, at the penalty phase, the victim who you raped in the 1980s (a crime for which you were convicted) testifies -- as does your confederate -- that she "retired to bed for the night when defendant dragged her from her bed, beat her with a 'huge stick,' and sodomized and raped her, repeatedly calling her 'bitch' during the sexual assaults. [read post]
1 Sep 2016, 1:01 am by rhapsodyinbooks
Frankfurter received letters from a number of people a number of people praising the appointment and its breaking of the racial barrier. [read post]
1 Sep 2016, 1:01 am by rhapsodyinbooks
Frankfurter received letters from a number of people a number of people praising the appointment and its breaking of the racial barrier. [read post]
8 Apr 2015, 7:08 pm by Brian Shiffrin
The court noted that there are unusual circumstances in which silence will be admissible (People v Rothschild, 35 NY2d 355 [1974] [defendant police officer had a duty to report to his supervisors if he was taking the bribe money as part of a "sting"]; People v Savage, 50 NY2d 673 [1980] [defendant told police he shot victim during an altercation, properly cross-examined on his failure to make claim that victim was trying to rob him, as he… [read post]
18 Jul 2011, 6:22 am by Ken Kersch
Of course, Crosskey’s originalism was of no use to these people. [read post]
19 Sep 2013, 1:23 pm by Ilya Somin
They argue that this divide is exemplified by the the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. [read post]
16 Jul 2009, 8:36 pm
We don't mind people saying we're full of it, we couldn't be litigators if we did, but that should be decided on the strength of our arguments, not on which side of the "v" we reside. [read post]
3 Jun 2015, 8:54 am by Jon Sands
Green, 609 P.2d 468 (Cal. 1980), and failure to give it was error under the Ninth Circuit's decision in Williams v. [read post]
9 Oct 2020, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
(Harvard University Press, 2020), and Jesse Wegman, Let the People Pick the President: The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College (St. [read post]