Hat tip to Bob Ambrogi’s LawSites blog post: WellSettled.com Mines Cases for Established Principles,” which introduces us to wellsettled dot com: “It is well settled…”
I bet you can’t search just one (word or phrase), but this “one” is a non-hedonic hyperphagia compulsion, so enjoy.
See the Portland premiere of “Kids for Cash,” the documentary about a judge who received millions of dollars from privately-owned juvenile detention centers by ordering the incarceration of 3,000 children.
Link to the following event information from the Youth, Rights, Justice (an independent nonprofit) website:
Tickets for the June 22nd Portland Premiere
I read somewhere that on November 12th, the following new Oregon Court of Appeals Judges were (to be) sworn in. If that is correct, here are our 3 new Court of Appeals judges:
Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge You’s column on pro se litigants in the April 2013 MBA Lawyer gives succinct and useful advice to attorneys who are facing self-represented litigants in relatively benign situations.
Talk to judges and lawyers, and maybe even PLF, if the situation gets more complicated, as it most certainly will in some instances. And take advantage of Meet the Judges opportunities or Advice from Judges CLEs, not to mention talking to experienced attorneys about opposing pro se litigants. Priceless!)
Excerpt from: “Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants How to Avoid Becoming Goliath Against David,” by Judge Youlee You, Multnomah County Circuit Court:
From a 1/25/12, Law in the News link, we travel to this story from England:
Excerpt: “An English court has sentenced a juror to six months in prison for contempt of court after she performed research on the Internet and forced the abandonment of a criminal trial.