Misdirection and Contraception: On Hobby Lobby July 2nd, 2014 @ 7:43 am PDT
Imagine yourself in a bar where a pickpocket takes money out of your wallet and with it buys you a glass of chardonnay. Although you would have preferred a pinot noir, you decide not to look that gift horse in the mouth and thank the stranger profusely for the kindness, assuming he paid for it. You might feel differently, of course, if you knew that you actually had paid for it yourself.
#FridayFive: Favorite Legal Dramas August 30th, 2013 @ 7:52 am PDTRead the Friday Five …
The Superior Court of Los Angeles May 20th, 2004 @ 8:41 am PDT
Question: “What’s the worst thing that could happen to me if I skip jury duty?” Answer: “Our records indicate that you have failed to report for jury service. Your group number was called to report to court and you did not report in. The Code of Civil Procedure, Section 209, provides ‘any prospective trial juror […]
Pipeline Dreams May 10th, 2002 @ 6:30 pm PDT
On oil consumption in the USA
Truth v. Free Speech May 6th, 2002 @ 11:40 am PDT
An ethical conundrum
Organ Donation Mandatory March 21st, 2002 @ 1:25 am PST
“Switching to a mandatory system of organ donation — one where viable organs are harvested from the recently deceased without the family’s permission — would alleviate the nation’s donor-organ shortages and prevent people from needlessly dying while waiting for an organ, according to two US and UK researchers.” link via Follow Me Here …
Florida Student Accused June 19th, 2000 @ 11:04 am PDT
Respert was accused of sneaking into the bedroom of a Florida student and fondling her while she slept during a recruiting visit he made to Gainesville, Fla.