Monthly Archives: October 2005

Libby Indicted as Rove is Spared

Described by Dick Cheney as “one of the most capable and talented individuals I have ever known”, Scooter Libby was indicted today for lying to the grand jury, federal agents and for obstructing justice. Mr. Libby, the chief of Vice-President … Continue reading

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Rove on the ropes?

What do you think about the reports that Karl Rove is likely to be indicted in Plamogate? How can it be that the WHIG organization could have allowed inside sources to roll? The special prosectutor has apparently left no stone … Continue reading

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Evolving Juror Attitudes

Over the last 10 years I have noticed a different juror in many cases. These are citizens that identify more with the Defendant in a civil lawsuit than the Plaintiff, the person who has been forced to sue to receive … Continue reading

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Joe Crumley Had a Great Ad

Anybody see the last issue of Law & Politics? My friend, Joe Crumley ran an ad that was “tongue in cheek”; self-deprecating about his failure to place an ad touting himself in the Super Lawyers issue. This trick was pretty … Continue reading

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How do you like the new Blog site?

I am continually amazed by the ability of Mark and Nick at Dragonfly Networks to answer our technology questions. When I asked about a way to Blog that would work for me, they came up with this new design and … Continue reading

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The Art of Communication with Joshua Karton

During the last several days, I have had the privilege to have advanced training in the art of communication by the preeminent advocacy instructor in the country, Joshua Karton. It has been my honor to know Joshua for the past … Continue reading

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