...even factoring in judges outside the U.S. Blogs by Current Judges. Described as a blog "to record and convey the daily experiences...
Daily Business Review
...most experienced judges. Panel 1: The Current State of Foreclosures Panel 2: What Judges Want...
In their Sentencing Guidelines column, Covington & Burling's Alan Vinegrad and Jason Levine write: Mandatory minimum sentences have, for years, been the subject of complaints from the bench, the defe
In his Corporate Litigation column, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partner Joseph M. McLaughlin reviews a Delaware Court of Chancery opinion adopting a bright-line rule that any attorney-client privilege
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The Daily Report
Gov. Nathan Deal's criminal justice reform council is set to debate and vote Dec. 18 on proposals to make it easier for former offenders to secure jobs and housing
A program implemented earlier this year to speed up felony cases in the Bronx has slashed the borough's backlog of felonies pending for at least two years by more than half, according to data release
The Daily Report
The Seventh Amendment contains an unmistakable mandate, derived from our Founding Fathers' vision of freedom, that the "right of a trial by jury shall be preserved.
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