Category Archives: Judiciary

329. Law in aspic

Imagine a history professor who built his career on the study of presidential press releases, viewing them not as eruptions of public mendacity or even as examples of public relations technique but as the true measure of each administrations achievements.  … Continue reading

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Case o' The Week: Ninth Nod to the Nutty – Equivocation When Going Pro Se in Faretta Hearings

 Feeling Lucky?Charles 'Lucky' LucianoUnited States v. Audette, 2019 WL 2096455 (9thCir. May 14, 2019), decision available here.Players: Decision by Judge M. Smith, joined by Judges Hawkins and Hurwitz. Hard-fought appeal by District of Arizona AFPD Elizabeth J. Krushchek.Facts: Steven Audette … Continue reading

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Acompanhe a programação da Rádio Justiça para segunda-feira (20)

Revista Justiça Quem fica com as crianças? Decisões tomadas, malas feitas, divórcio assinado, resta o mais complicado: decidir como gerir a vida dos filhos. No quadro Direito Civil, vamos falar sobre a guarda compartilhada com a advogada, especialista em Direito … Continue reading

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The Dynamic Duo of Discrepancy

“It will be interesting to know what the true facts are,” President George W. Bush told ABC News the other night when asked about the Central Intelligence Agencys premature and perhaps illegal destruction of interrogation recordings. Of course, the president … Continue reading

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County of Los Angeles v. Hoa (Cal. Ct. App. – May 15, 2019)

"Beginning in 2010, and as a result of a serious medical condition, Hoa took a number of extended medical leaves from work. In early 2013, Hoa believed, and her doctor reported, she was able to return to work with workplace … Continue reading

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