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Welcome worn out

It takes a lot to try the patience of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. A persistent pro se litigant who used his pauper status to file multiple lawsuits and appeals without paying any filing fees has ...

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That dog won’t hunt

As we noted in the Daily Alert today, U.S. District Judge James P. Jones took away Buchanan County’s “Big Coon Dog” jury verdict.  The opinion is available at the Western District’s Web site. The county, whose elected officials took bribes ...

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What not to cite

In this week’s VLW, Deborah Elkins recounts the unfortunate experience of a lawyer who went to court with the wrong weapon.  The lawyer argued using a case that — unknown to him — had been overruled.  We can now authoritatively ...

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