Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Today's links

South Carolinians are talking up former Chief Judge William Wilkins of the Fourth Circuit to be the next Attorney General, as written here and here, but the WSJ Blog puts former Fourth Circuit Judge Michael Luttig on its list.

The Norfolk paper has discovered that someone who has a computer on the Virginia Supreme Court system has done some work on Wikipedia.

This AP story tells about some kind of microtech solution to copper thefts from the CNX gas wells.

ABA Journal has this story about a judge appointing a lawyer to a criminal case and then holding him in contempt for not being ready for trial the next day. The closest thing to that I've experienced was when I was spotted at the courthouse, told to take my client and the store's representative and go work something out in a shoplifting case. (And, we did.)

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