Childhood wrongs are not always redressable in court.
Even Montblanc pens aren’t worth bringing a lawsuit.
The bare facts about two recent cases.
Similar to asking a second parent when you don’t like the first one’s answer.
Lawyer, lawyer, pants on fire.
An attorney who won’t quit demonizing a judge.
Calling something a “compliment” does not necessarily make it one.
Judicial resources are not disposable.
An interesting reaction to court security procedures.
Real copyrighted pictures of imaginary unicorns may be in danger.
The money had to come from somewhere.
There’s a lot to be said for book learning, actually.
The limits of using animals in marketing.
An interesting argument by a criminal defendant.
Simon says: Read this column.
Forget Beauty; witness identification is only skin deep.
And they say age is just a number.
Sort of like playing yourself in chess: you are a winner, but also a loser.