TMZ caught up with Alan Dershowitz recently, who told the site's reporters that he could have gotten nobody less than the Son of God acquitted.
Alan Dershowitz -- one of the smartest, most influential lawyers in America -- thinks his victory in the O.J. Simpson case is small potatoes, because he believes he could have freed Jesus. The famed Harvard professor believes Jesus had a solid free…
ALAN DERSHOWITZ: Bernie Sanders’ illiberal supporters: Do they expect safe spaces everywhere? “We know that these repressives support Bernie. We need to know whether he supports them.” Based on his ideological beliefs, yes. Next question?
Alan Dershowitz, an emeritus professor at Harvard Law School, confirmed for Megyn Kelly during an appearance on Tuesday's Kelly File that Ted Cruz was one of the smartest students he ever had. The post Alan Dershowitz Confirms Cruz Was One of His Smartest Students appeared first on RedState.
"A new name and a new phrase, but it is the same old poison."
TRUCE! In the wake of his settlement with Paul Cassell, Alan Dershowitz looks to make peace with David Boies after a vicious fight. [Big Law Business] Speaking of making peace, Chris Christie has made a deal with New Jersey Democrats to end a six-year stalemate over the state Supreme Court. Show More Summary
One of America's most famous lawyers, Alan Dershowitz, has settled a drawn-out legal battle with two lawyers who alleged he had sex with an underage girl who was allegedly being exploited by one of his clients. The original allegations...Show More Summary
A defamation case against high-profile attorney and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has been settled after two lawyers admitted it was a “mistake” to accuse him of having sex with a minor, their client. In a statement issued on Friday, Paul G. Show More Summary
Two lawyers admitted that they made “a mistake” in accusing prominent attorney Alan Dershowitz of having sex with their underage client.
Three legal superstars agree to end their legal battle.
Evan Handler, currently playing Alan Dershowitz on FX’s The People vs OJ Simpson, has been upped to series regular on VH1's hip-hop drama The Breaks. He played Jonah "Juggy" Aaron in the original movie that has since been ordered toShow More Summary
The first documented evidence of a joke about Los Angeles prosecutor Marcia Clark’s hair — "Who's more likely to have a bad hair day, Marcia Clark or Alan Dershowitz?" — dates back to August 18, 1994, when the Los Angeles Times credited “investigative comedy reporter Tony Peyser” with the quip.... More »
On Friday, Los Angeles police announced they were investigating a newly discovered piece of evidence — a knife — that is said to have been found on O.J. Simpson's property in the late 1990s. Regardless of what that investigation determines,...Show More Summary
Also featured in an upcoming 'Dateline' special are Kris Jenner, Denise Brown, Fred Goldman, Alan Dershowitz and Kato Kaelin, among numerous others connected to the case. read more
This show continues to be excellent, although I’d note that this week felt like a bit of an In Between-y episode, where new characters are introduced (Evan Handler as Alan Dershowitz, Nathan Lane as F. Lee Bailey), and old ones are moved into place (Johnnie Cochran finally joining OJ’s team in a really effective Read More...
Legal giant Alan Dershowitz says 'American Crime Story: The People v. OJ Simpson' is riddled with errors
Lawyer and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz gives his take on the Antonin Scalia’s contribution to the Supreme Court and what should happen next And Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in the lead in South Carolina, but can they maintain it? We’ll discuss.
Prominent American lawyer, jurist, author and political commentator Alan Dershowitz joined Steve Malzberg Monday on Newsmax TV to discuss the... The post Alan Dershowitz: Obama Would Not Get Away With Recess Appointment (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79 on Saturday. Business Insider spoke to Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz about the conservative jurist's most lasting contribution to the court. "The most fundamental contribution was his methodology — his way of looking at originalism, his way of looking at at intention... Show More Summary
Prominent Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz served as an a ppellate adviser for O.J. Simpson during the trial that captivated the US in the mid-1990s. Proving " the trial of the century " had far-reaching impact, Dershowitz shared...Show More Summary