I won a case today and all I had was the facts and the law on my side.
Trump loves Americans....but not enough to ever marry one.
True story. Today a 78 year old grandmother came to my office and reminded me that 30 years ago I got her sole custody of her 7 year old grandaughter. Then she introduced me to her 37 year old beautiful grandaughter and told me I needed to do it again! I didn't tell her I don't remember her nor how we did that. I know it takes a while to build a practice....but....
Just once I would like to do something interesting enough to broadcast live on Facebook.
I wonder how many stockholders in private prison companies have sat on a jury in criminal cases?
If great artists were alive today....
A group of 15 ethics law professors from around the country has filed bar charges against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. For full disclosure, Conway is one of my former students at George Washington University Law School (she graduated in 1995). The letter from 15 professors alleged ethical violations of government rules as well as “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.” Most of the allegations in the letter are, in my view, without merit and seem overtly political. The one issue that has already been raised in Congress and has a legal foundation is the alleged endorsement of Conway of the product line of Ivanka Trump. That is a technical violation of federal rules, but the question is whether it was a venal rather than mortal sin. The "violation" was the result of a side comment by Conway on television criticizing the decision of Nordstrom to drop the line. The White House Counsel's office let it be known that Conway had been "counseled" over the infraction. However, ethics charges should not be a form of politics by other means and, with all due respect to these accomplished academics, this letter strikes me as raising largely political objections to Conway's work as a spokesperson for the Administration.
“A town-hall meeting is not a time for everyone in town to come to a hall and meet,” Senator Tom Cotton, of Arkansas, said.CONTINUE READING »
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
Reporters from The Times and other outlets were not allowed to enter the office of the press secretary, Sean Spicer, in an unusual breach of protocol.
One good thing about photographing flowers is that their beauty lasts much longer
(February 15, 2017 Order Denying Rehearing En Banc and Substituted Opinion).
(December 16, 2016 Withdrawn Opinion).
Attorney for Appellant - Robert Nicholas Norris, Jackson, MS
Attorney for Appellee - Romney Hastings Entrekin, Laurel, MS
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