Tag Archives: Courtroom

The Importance of an Open Courtroom

On July 24, 2008, Braulio Agosto-Vega (“Agosto”) and Braulio Agosto Motors, Inc. (“Agosto Motors”) were found guilty of violating the criminal provisions of the Clean Water Act (CWA), 33 U.S.C. §§ 1251 et seq. for allowing the unlawful discharge of… … Continue reading

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A “view” from the courtroom: Vehicle problems at the Supreme Court

Tuesday is another theme day at the Supreme Court, following Monday’s pair of original docket cases involving water disputes among states. Today’s theme is the Fourth Amendment and some unusual fact patterns in two cases involving vehicles, both of which … Continue reading

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AT&T asks judge to kick Sprint out of the antitrust courtroom

Lawyers for AT&T are scheduled to appear before Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle on Monday afternoon to convince her to dismiss Sprint’s antitrust challenge to the acquisition of T-Mobile. A dismissal would simplify AT&T’s fight for merger approval by allowing the … Continue reading

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The iPad Friendly Courtroom – The View of a Seasoned Trial Technician

The iPad Friend Courtroom, an article by Daniel Carey, Senior Trial Technician of A2 Consulting, sharing his experience(s) with the technological change as a trial technician. Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian Posts –

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How NOT To Enter A Courtroom

In this clip from "The People's Court," you can see how a party can completely alienate an audience without even saying a word. This "gentleman" lets a door drop on the disabled woman following behind him. In case you were … Continue reading

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