Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Today's links

This Volokh post links to a Washington Post editorial favoring confirmation of Leslie Southwick to the Fifth Circuit. Today, however, the Post published this letter opposing confirmation. Professor Bainbridge has this post in response.

In Arlington, a circuit court judge postponed ruling on constitutional issues related to the abusive driver fees, to wait and see whether the party gets convicted and suffers the imposition of the fees, according to this report.

I've never had a client try this defense in a contract case, but it says here that some people are faking death to escape their cell phone contracts.

It says here that newspapers make lots of mistakes.

This Charlottesville story describes increases in the number of foreclosures in Virginia.

I heard on Paul Harvey this story about the blind woman golfer who heard her hole-in-one.

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