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Lots and Lots of Blog Posts…

And not a single one of them here. They’re all over at Fault Lines: MOB JUSTICE FOR A DEAD GORILLA NYPD GIVE FAR TOO MUCH CREDIT TO THE POP OUT BOYZ THOMAS VITANOVITZ’S LUCKY INTERVENTION…TO A POINT DONALD RAY MIDDLETON’S LIFE SENTENCE FOR OUR LAZINESS TURNING WADE NARAMORE’S TRAGEDY INTO A CRIMINAL CASE PESHWAZ AZAD WAISE’S CRAZY IS THE SCARY SORT TRICIA KORTES’ ANGER PROBLEM PROSECUTORS ASK COURT TO RELEASE GUY THEY WRONGFULLY CONVICTED WHY THE GUN CONTROL CONVERSATION ISN’T GOING ANYWHERE PRODUCTIVE RAYMOND JENNINGS’S ONGOING NIGHTMARE POLICE WHO CAN’T ARREST BRYTON MELLOTT ARREST BRYTON MELLOTT PROSECUTORS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT DEFENSE ATTORNEY’S ETHICAL DUTIES…OR MAYBE NOT RELEASE ROD BLAGOJEVICH CHOOSING BETWEEN A BRIGHT LINE AND TAKING THEIR WORD FOR IT GROWN UP PUNISHMENT FOR CHRIS CORREA’S CHILDISH CRIME TSA: LOOKING UP THEIR SKIRTS FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS WITH POWERFUL DEFENDANTS, “SPEEDY JAILING” ISN’T EASY DRUG WARRIORS CAN’T … Read entire article »

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I’ve Been Really Busy…

Not just with legal work, but with blogging too. Just not here. Over at Mimesis Law. Here are links: FIXING THE DOUBLE STANDARD AT THE NORTH CAROLINA BAR STEPHEN RANKIN’S COP BUDDIES, STEALING THE PROSECUTION’S THUNDER TO (MAYBE) CATCH A PREDATOR JOHN COUGHENOUR, AHMED RESSAM AND GUT FEELING GUIDELINES WE SHOULD BE EMBARRASSED THAT WE’RE EVEN TALKING ABOUT CLARENCE THOMAS CLAY HIGGINS’S STRANGE, STRANGE WORLD CAPPUCCINO JAYWALKER CHARLES HARRELL IS EVERY ONE OF US PAY OR STAY SENTENCING, ELIMINATING A SYMPTOM OF THE DISEASE THE MADNESS OF ELIMINATING PENNSYLVANIA’S STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS PHILIP BRAILSFORD IS NOT GETTING WHAT EVERYONE ELSE GETS JAMES XAVIER RHODES’ DEATH PENALTY CASE MAKES FOR STRANGE BEDFELLOWS STUPID ARREST STORIES: NOT SO CUTE WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT IT THE EBOLA METH JOKE, ANOTHER REASON TO NEVER TRUST THEM JONATHAN MCRAE & THE DELICATE FLOWERS OF MARICOPA COUNTY ABBY WAMBACH: AMAZING ATHLETE, … Read entire article »

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How Important People Think

There aren’t nearly enough Arizona legal blogs, which is the primary reason why I keep the Arizona Appellate Blog in my feed. The constant use of “we” and “our” in posts that are either the product of a depressingly underwhelming group effort or the bizarrely haughty statements of an individual rub me the wrong way. So do somewhat regular comments that seem to indicate its author or authors believe they’re writing to a captivated audience awaiting each post with baited breath. If they are, I can’t imagine who comprises their audience. Regardless, it’s not a worthless blog, as it at least has original content and isn’t just blatantly pimping someone’s services. It’s a sad state of affairs where lawyers writing because they have something to say and not only something to … Read entire article »

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Still Writing…

My steady stream of posts goes on at Mimesis Law. Here are links: Whatever you do, don’t name the misbehaving prosecutor or let the defendant get away with anything (because he’s totally guilty anyway). This is how false confessions happen. Being named Bradley Scott Johnson is apparently a crime punishable by four days in jail. They pretty much throw darts to decide who gets charged and who gets the prosecutors to play tiny little violins in support of their innocence. Throw all the books you want at drug offenders, it ain’t gonna make a damn difference. Cops get lucky, people pretend we didn’t all know that was what was gonna happen. Sometimes getting arrested is worth it. A statutory rape goes from shitty to less shitty. And here’s my last one (until tomorrow): Quit trying to justify your gawking. BONUS: I got … Read entire article »

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I’ve Been Writing

It might seem a bit dead around here, but I’ve actually been blogging more than ever since the beginning of August. It’s all over at Mimesis Law, however. Here are tl;dr synopses of the posts, with links: Sometimes judges do a good job with rulings involving technology. Black people matter more than lions. Courts couldn’t care less about the horrific life of a defendant. Screwing people more gently isn’t really such a big deal. The Black Lives Matter agenda could do a better job of putting the power in the hands of victims and their families. There’s no such thing as too crazy for “justice.” Kim Davis is committed, but she’s hardly worthy of praise. Sometimes, stopping government overreaching trumps prosecuting perjury and convicting the guilty. Close to home is easier than fair. Not every senseless murder supports your position. For … Read entire article »

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Chris McCann Is So Gonna Sue Me

Chris McCann is a California lawyer who really doesn’t think very highly of my blog. He only recently found out about it, I think, as he just started bombarding me with emails and waited until yesterday to leave a bizarre comment. Chris’s problem is that he’s upset about a post where I mentioned his name in passing over thirteen months ago. He may be a little slow working the interwebs, as he also just stumbled across one of Brian Tannebaum’s old blog posts too, the one I had cited as the basis for my thoughts. Chris left a bizarre comment there yesterday as well. No one can accuse Chris McCann of not being proactive. Getting back to the real issue here, why he’s upset, I think it’s probably … Read entire article »

Filed under: Ethics, lawyers

When Justice Is Corruption And Injustice Is The Law

Via one of my favorite blogs, the ever-fantastic Philly Law Blog written by Jordan Rushie and Leo M. Mulvihill, Jr., whose beard-mentoring qualifications give me beard envy and whose fashion sensibilities continue to intimidate me into wearing plaid for every occasion, respectively, came this amazing little report. In case you don’t want to click through, the report details all kinds of favorable treatment given to important people by Philadelphia’s traffic courts. Unlike most thirty-plus page reports about a court in a different state, I felt compelled to read it. I’m glad I did. The report tells a story of judges giving “special consideration” to people with power. It explains that judges routinely helped the politically connected individuals get all kinds of benefits, even when no express request … Read entire article »

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Getting Internet “Clients”

I’m a big deal. I have a blog. The ABA even gave me a little badgy thingy despite the fact I placed last. Regardless, I’m a badass. Check out what my enduring internet fame has given me: Is my plea going to get better? Do prosecutors quit giving offers after it’s set for trial? And this: Can I possess a firearm? Or have a look at this one: The police are at my door. I’m in New Jersey. What do I do? Need free advice ASAP. No money, LOL. I’m making these up, of course, but the real ones are worse. Trust me. Sadly, these types of messages are the fruits of my labors. I’m no Eric Mayer of Unwashed Advocate fame (have a listen here), … Read entire article »

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Avvo Is A Disaster

I’ve been getting quite a bit of traffic coming to my site from Avvo. It isn’t because I’ve finally claimed my profile there, which I haven’t, or because I paid for some advertising there, which I didn’t. To tell you the truth, the visitors that come here from Avvo probably aren’t looking for me at all. Avvo, which purports to provide “Expert Advice When You Need It Most,” is directing traffic to my site through the profiles of three lawyers whom I’ve never met. Avvo, a company that people apparently use to make the extremely important decision of finding a lawyer and that touts its supposedly unbiased ratings system as being based on a mathematical model and capable of enabling prospective clients to assess a lawyer’s qualifications, can’t … Read entire article »

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