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Blind Justice

A unique and new conceptual idea for America’s courts.

Oddly enough, the answer has been sitting in front of us all these years, Lady Justice blindfolded holding up the scales. 338 more words

Just A Thought

Answering the call of justice.

You all would not believe the vile, vicious letter I got in the mail today. I guess, though, that since I tend to send angry mail all the time, I had it coming. 1,131 more words

Meg's Life

Jury Instruction Is Harmless Error Unless Plaintiff Shows Verdict Is Unsustainable On All Other Defenses Presented

Whirlpool Corporation (“Whirlpool”) requested an opinion from attorney William Rucker (“Rucker”) on whether certain products it imported would be subject to new duties imposed by the U.S. 366 more words

Judgment

Whatever Happened To The Jury Trial?

Are jury trials a thing of the past? Certainly not!

Scheduled to restart jury trials in August, the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court judges voted to extend the temporary halt until September 21, 2020. 230 more words

Ethics

Find Them Dead by Peter James

4.5 Stars from me

Another super solid read from Peter James. I read this straight after finishing Dead at First Sight and have to say I think it really enhanced the reading experience having a bit of a Roy Grace immersion! 413 more words

Book Review

EXTREMELY WICKED, SHOCKINGLY EVIL AND VILE.

Theodore Robert Bundy infamously known as Ted Bundy was an American serial killer who left a trail of dead across state lines in the 1970s. He was awarded three death sentences in two different trials in 1979 and 1980. 873 more words