David’s Law Blog
A Suspect Prosecution
Saturday, June 24, 2006
Steve Yagman is a flamboyant Venice, California lawyer who handles police abuse cases and gets into scrapes with federal judges. He got into long disciplinary fights over his accusations against
What Roe Is All About II (Incorporation and Privacy)
Sunday, March 5, 2006
This piece is reproduced from my personal blog. It was written in October 2005, and is second in a series, still incomplete, on Roe vs. Wade, looked at from a legal, not a political or moral
Drawbridge Politics, or Zoning for BoBos
Sunday, March 5, 2006
Courtesy of blogger Jane Galt, I had a chance to look at an article in the New York Times Magazine (free subscription) about the work of a Harvard economist, Edward Glaeser. Glaeser’s ideas
The Polygamous Judge and the Future of "Privacy"
Sunday, March 5, 2006
Under pressure from the Utah Supreme Court, which in turn was responding to an anti-polygamy group made up largely of women, Judge Walter Steed, who has three wives and no less than 32 children, has
Another View of David Irving
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
The oddly-named Neo-neocon pulls together various views of the David Irving case. She quotes Roger Boyes, who thinks Irving deserves jail, points to the differing histories of Austria and Germany,
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