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Non-Sequiturs: 10.14.16

A useful new resource for journalists, media lawyers, and anyone else interested in libel law -- from Charles Glasser, another lawyer who successfully called Donald Trump's bluff (as the New York Times just did). [LexisNexis] Relatedly, Marc Randazza discusses the phenomenon of the libel-proof plaintiff. [Popehat] The Florida Supreme Court just declared the death penalty unconstitutional.
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