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Judicial Selection (access required)

The angry argument over the selection of federal judges has reached a fever pitch in Washington. Closer to home, Republicans and Democrats also have been bitterly sparring over judges in the General Assembly. Virginia remains one of two states in ...

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Hearsay (access required)

Wacky College Kids Earlier this month, Williams College Professor Eva Grudin was about to lead her students in a discussion of whether an abstract painting was meant to invoke a certain part of the male anatomy when her class was ...

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Hearsay (access required)

Dutch Master A new law graduate in Holland sure knew how to make a name for himself. Reinder Eekhof, apparently his real name, recently tapped out an e-mail message that he had “finally finished this stupid education,” and was “now ...

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A Fool for a Client? (access required)

In Springfield, Mass., a guy named Thomas P. Budnick says he was convicted of assault because his lawyer was incompetent. The thing is, he represented himself at his trial. Budnick is appealing his conviction; he was charged with trying to ...

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This Just In? (access required)

Here’s a headline that will get your attention: “Thai restaurant explodes in overzealous bid to kill cockroaches.” Read on. In Perth, Australia, a Thai restaurant called the Tamarind had a cockroach problem. So the owners decided to use one of ...

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Dare To Be Stupid (access required)

In the bucolic hamlet of Story, Ind., located 40 miles south of Indianapolis, there’s a bar called the Story Inn that runs an annual “Village Idiot” contest. Whoever does the dumbest thing wins; patrons of the bar get to vote. ...

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