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02/16/10: Real political reform should go beyond campaign finance
03/05/09: D.C.'s speed bump: the Constitution
07/22/08: Bullying's day in court
03/27/08: A fool and his lawyer
03/28/07: Low-rider jeans that are too low? Call 911. Failing to shovel that snow-covered sidewalk? Book 'em. In America today, lawmakers are criminalizing innocent behavior at an alarming rate and undermining our criminal justice system.
11/15/06: Voters sent Congress a clear message: End corruption now. Will Democrats listen and, more important, act?
03/06/06: Laugh all you want, but a former stripper's lawsuit could reshape the nation's probate law
01/11/06: Solomon Amendment: Issue of hypocrisy
01/09/06: Eight simple steps to Swiffer Congress
12/07/05: A parent's right to know
11/18/05: Bob Woodward's belated disclosure raises troubling questions
11/14/05: The crazy world of insanity law
11/11/05: Reintroducing segregated schools in the name of reform
11/02/05: Wanted: A redeeming character
10/11/05: A Faulty Law, a Feud, a Fatality
10/07/05: What qualifies one for the Supreme Court?
10/06/05: Roberts confirmation: Bork is owed an explanation
09/29/05: After the hurricanes, it's raining money
09/19/05: Shame On You: Enough With the Humiliating Punishments, Judges
09/15/05: Roberts the Elder: John Roberts has an understated personality, but his record will be all torpedo
09/13/05: Role models for Roberts
09/01/05: Roberts: The Before and The After
08/15/05: When justices won't go
07/25/05: With Roberts, conservative doubters have nothing to worry about
07/20/05: To Improve the Supreme Court, Let's Expand It
07/15/05: Democrats' disarray muddies Court fight
07/04/05: So What's the Story on Bob Novak?
06/29/05: Candidates for the Supreme Court: Judging the short list
06/28/05: A right turn on the high court?
06/20/05: Michael, Meet Fatty. And Errol and Martha and . . .
05/04/05: When is violent speech still free speech?
04/19/05: The Not So Dirty Dozen
04/08/05: Mr. Frist goes to Washington
03/15/05: Estrich's vicious attack
03/07/05: Dissing the Dead to Save the Accused; Blake lawyers used an old technique
02/23/05: Arrest me ... before I strike again
02/17/05: Good Intentions Aside, Separate Still Isn't Equal
02/01/05: Hardly the whole truth: Legal myths   —   The tales would be harmless, except that they're the backdrop for a very real push for tort reform
12/30/04: And it's all legal ...
12/28/04: Stop Doubting Thomas
12/14/04: Uncle Jonathan's Wild Ride
12/06/04: Right Goal, Wrong Means
11/29/04: Denying foreigners chance at presidency is anti-American
11/22/04: A special kind of justice
10/21/04: 6 degrees of Karl Rove: Look close and you will find a Rove connection to everything from the rise of rickets in Arkansas to distemper among Labradors
10/06/04: ‘Friends’ lawsuit could set dangerous precedent — and that's no joke
09/22/04: Soldiers of Fortune — at What Price?
08/27/04: Taking a Ride on Disney's Dark Side
08/10/04: These soldiers refuse to take their infamy into self-imposed exile
07/19/04: The lost art of the apology
06/21/04: The Supremes ducked a definitive decision in a ruling that raises questions about future child-custody issues
05/19/04: This roughhousing at recess must cease
05/04/04: A Peddler of Court Gossip May Pay the Piper
04/01/04: One angry Tyco juror does not make twelve angry men
03/23/04: When ‘choice’ becomes tyranny
03/18/04: Valued bond between client, lawyer eroding
03/12/04: When Silence Isn't Golden: Martha Stewart's failure to testify holds a lesson for other celebrity defendants
03/09/04: Non-profits' executives avoid scrutiny, valid reforms
02/12/04: Reparations cause is coming up empty: Potential lawsuits destined to remain meritless in courts
02/03/04: Senate powder is the least of Congress' security concerns
01/29/04: Case of the Missing Evidence: Facts are often withheld from juries, which can lead to ill-informed verdicts
12/31/03: Celebrity is often its own best defense
12/27/03: U.S. soldiers lack best protective gear
12/17/03: Going for the gold in a competition of the corrupt
11/25/03: Will Malvo jurors spare life of young suspect?
11/11/03: The Black Tax: Of charlatans, crooks and victims and the reparations scam
11/04/03: Sniper case lacks appeal, public lessons of other cases
10/02/03: Is a soldier's life worth more than $650?
08/26/03: One justice wields too much power on today's Supreme Court. It's time to make the top bench much bigger
08/11/03: Don't let jobs grow on family trees
06/26/03: A Ruling That Only Goldilocks Could Love; We still don't know how much weight to give race in college admissions
06/24/03: 'Educating' Congress at the hands of lobbyists
06/12/03: Crooked arm of the law
06/10/03: Defense on lay-away
05/23/03: Innocence doesn't pay, either
05/15/03: A see-no-evil parole system
05/08/03: An American Gulag?
05/01/03: CUNY Law gives grads a cynical parting gift
04/22/03: Congress Must Send Spammers a Message
04/16/03: End Apartheid in the State Prisons
04/07/03: NBC's sacking of Peter Arnett over a critical analysis plays well in Baghdad
03/07/03: Rights on the Rack: Alleged torture in terror war imperils U.S. standards of humanity
02/25/03: How democracy could clear our snowy streets
02/11/03: Sanity and Justice Slipping Away
01/28/03: Quit horsing around, senator
01/14/03: Public Payroll: a Family Affair; Nepotism in Washington poses a threat to institutional integrity
01/09/03: DARPA and democracy
12/24/02: The 13th juror
12/19/02: Back to the admissions morass
12/10/02: Pro-Choice at Expense of Free Speech; NOW case against abortion protester may backfire
12/02/02: A cruel bait and switch for vets
11/15/02: Junk justice
11/07/02: OUR second-class soldiers
10/30/02: 'Quirin' revisited: The dark history of a military tribunal
10/22/02: Un-American Arrests: Mass detainments of the innocent may be the ultimate form of crowd control, but the tactic is unconstitutional
10/16/02: Reverse pawn shops? Broke state officials across the country have been looking for businesses to buy their assets at a fraction of their worth to pay for budget shortfalls
10/08/02: A legal tattoo hullabaloo
10/02/02: Gagged justice sets dangerous precedent
09/25/02: The Great Salmon Rose Caper
09/17/02: Reparations: A Scam Cloaked in Racial Pain
09/12/02: This country's hidden strength
09/04/02: 1st Amendment protects even the ugliest among us
08/28/02: A secret court goes public
08/20/02: I defended Ashcroft during his nomination; he's become a constitutional menace
08/07/02: San Francisco embracing states-rights
07/31/02: Who needs Jenny Craig when you can have Johnnie Cochran?
07/22/02: The meaning of justice and the madness of Zacarias Moussauoi
07/16/02: The President vs. the Presidency
07/08/02: How one woman's whims dictates the rights of millions
07/02/02: Just say 'no' to extracurricular activities
06/24/02: Missing Ted Bundy
06/10/02: A comedy of eros06/14/02: 05/31/02: Beyond the 'reformed FBI' hype
05/23/02: Do we really need a Federal Marriage Amendment?
05/19/02: No "battlefield detainee" should leave home without a U.S. birth certificate
05/10/02: The perfect constitutional storm
04/26/02: 'Slave of Allah' wounds justice
04/12/02: The importance of being nameless
04/05/02: The adjusted value of justice
03/18/02: How Clinton got off: A law professor's take
03/11/02: Profiling and the terrorist lottery
03/05/02: Yes, Sharpton, there was a failure of justice
02/28/02: The Lay of the land
02/14/02: Living in constitutional denial
02/05/02: Legal Lesson for Afghanistan: War's Not a Slip-and-Fall Case
01/25/02: Sever "Jihad Johnny"'s ties to his homeland
01/21/02: "Out of sight, out of mind," but they're still prisoners
01/14/02: Your papers, please!
01/07/02: Prescription for disaster
12/18/01: Madison and the Mujahedeen
12/07/01: In the U.S., espionage crime is easy to understand but difficult to prove
11/19/01: What type of 'creature' would defend bin Laden?
11/19/01: Could bin Laden be acquitted in a trial?
10/28/01: The ultimate sign of the different times in which we are living
10/25/01: Al-Qaida produces killers, not thinkers
09/28/01: The Boxer rebellion and the war against terrorism
08/31/01: Bring back the silent Condit
08/27/01: Working out the body politic

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