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  • Blithely We Go
    Blithely We Go

    —In 2008, Edward Robb Ellis’s, A Diary of the Century: Tales from America’s Greatest Diarist, was published. In it, the retired journalist chronicled his life from 1927 to 1995, keeping track of what ...

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  • California Courts Collapse
    California Courts Collapse

    Yesterday, I received an email from the Fresno County Bar Association. It said there would be a press conference at the courthouse later in the day to discuss the utter and complete collapse of the ...

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  • Dog...Gone, Accused Person
    Dog...Gone, Accused Person

    What a difference a dog can make. Everyone knows about dogs being used in police work, although some (rare) courts are now requiring proof they actually can do all that is claimed. (Update 9/26/2016: ...

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  • A Jury of His Pears
    A Jury of His Pears

    No, that’s not a typo in the title. I’m paying homage to the Fresno Bee’s latest story about “juror misconduct.” Frankly, I’m grateful that Pablo Lopez is a Fresno Bee reporter, and not a judge, ...

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  • An Officer of the Court
    An Officer of the Court

    First things first: I don’t write as much on this blog as I had hoped, or as I probably should. My original intent was that I’d write about “regional” (i.e., within the Fresno, California area) issues ...

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