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  • Liquor, Soda, and the Fifth Amendment
    Liquor, Soda, and the Fifth Amendment

    Back in the day— prior to about 1980 —liquor and soda could be bought in fifths. A fifth, so-called because it amounted to a fifth of a gallon, was also known as a “short quart” because it was a ...

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  • Technical Difficulties: Please Do Not Stand By...The Constitution
    Technical Difficulties: Please Do Not Stand By...The Constitution

    My plans to return to Donald Trump, and his impact on the criminal legal system – I no longer really think it’s proper to refer to it as a “justice” system; it’s not even really a system of law – have ...

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  • Supreme Court: It's Only A Small Violation of the Constitution
    Supreme Court: It's Only A Small Violation of the Constitution

    Being a criminal defense attorney is never an easy job. It doesn’t matter whether you’re dealing with the everyday instances of prosecutors who hide exculpatory evidence, and even perjure themselves ...

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  • A Blank Paper By Construction
    A Blank Paper By Construction

    Scott Greenfield writes today about a new United States Supreme Court decision – better characterized as a non-decision – in which the court had finally been handed a case they supposedly had been ...

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  • For Whose Hobby Do We Lobby?
    For Whose Hobby Do We Lobby?

    Federal Judge Kopf, writing about the Hobby Lobby decision — and is there anyone in the United States, and possibly several other countries, who doesn’t now know about Hobby Lobby ? — said, among ...

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  • The Suspicion Tax
    The Suspicion Tax

    Scott Greenfield wrote a post Friday on a topic that I’ve often wondered over, and which I’ve occasionally discussed with other attorneys. This is the question of the delay between a warrantless ...

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