Just a short observation: If I was as obsessive about proofreading these posts as I am about correcting them when I am reading them after I post them, there would be a lot fewer errors to correct.
Appeal Your Case.
Get The Justice You Deserve.
- The Pandemic Did Not Cause Americans to Lose Their Empathy, it Just Exposed a Sickness in the American Soul that Has Been Festering for Decades
- Do away with Assignments of Error? I Think Not, Mr. O’Keeffe.
- A Divided Panel of the Court of Appeals Issues an Opinion that is Cause for Alarm Among the Trial and Appellate Bars (and is already raising the hackles of the Procedural Geeks Club)
- An overdue compendium summarizing and providing commentary on published opinions from the Court of Appeals from the last three weeks including a discussion of Writs of Actual Innocence, “The Rule,” why it’s good practice to look at former versions of current statutes, continuances sought during the ongoing Judicial Emergency caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, revenge porn, and an opinion that probably should have been a little bit longer
- Analysis of Published Opinions from the Court of Appeals Released on 7/27/2021 (Part I)