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Here's the real trouble with experts
"Here's the Real Trouble with Experts!" answers this question: Does it seem that experts have become a much bigger problem than they used to be? It seems so to me, and this piece explores what I see as the ten principal ...
Big-tipping, left-leaning, show-biz celebs flee mountain hideaway: A tale of two constitutions
This is a short piece about Colorado constitutional Amendment 2, which prohibited any branch, subdivision, agency, or department of Colorado state or local government from enacting or enforcing any preferences or protections ...
Forced use of inadmissible hearsay evidence in bankruptcy court
In bankruptcy courts across the land, the hearsay rule is violated daily. Bankruptcy courts have created a huge, largely undefended, de facto hearsay exception. In those courts it is common practice to receive evidence via ...
Law professor reveals shocking truth about hearsay
This article exposes shocking, never-before-revealed truths about hearsay evidence. In my study of the rule, leading to my book (THE HEARSAY RULE, 2d edition, published in 2009 by Carolina Academic Press) I have discovered ...
Access to judicial proceedings: To Richmond newspapers and beyond
For five consecutive terms the Supreme Court decided at least one major case concerning press scrutiny of our criminal justice system. The first four cases established the right of the press to publish information already ...
Circumstantial evidence in Nebraska
Historically there were four lines of Nebraska cases regarding the value of circumstantial evidence. They proceeded along parallel tracks, oblivious to each other. This article traces the history of the four lines and comes ...