Alan Dershowitz says the Supreme Court's landmark decision in the Jerusalem passport case is "dangerous" because it gives Obama power to "make a bad deal" with Iran, beyond the scrutiny of the Supreme Court. For some, obviously, that's what this case was always about, and never about a little boy's passport
Alan Dershowitz, Harvard lawprof, suing TD Garden over slip and fall in bathroom three years back [Boston Globe] “Harsh Sanction Proposed For Attorney Who Blogged About Probate Case” [Mike Frisch, Legal Profession Blog] Maryland veto...Show More Summary
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For attorney Alan Dershowitz, living in the Boston area has been hard on the knees. In just over a year and a half, the retired Harvard Law School professor has twice gone to court claiming negligence after taking a spill and injuring a knee.
This legal luminary blames the accident on a lack of paper towels in the bathroom.
One of America's most high-profile lawyers is suing Boston's TD Garden over a fall he blames on a wet bathroom floor and lack of paper towels. Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who has represented numerous celebrity clients like...Show More Summary
Harvard Law Professor Emeritus is now the plaintiff in slip and fall against TD Garden for an injury that he suffered in an arena bathroom during a Celtics game. Dershowitz blames the lack of paper towels for the wet floor that caused him to slip and injure his right knee and leg. The complaint states […]
... shoulda restocked those paper towels, guys. Alan Dershowitz is a retired Harvard professor and one of the most famous lawyers on the planet. Alan Dershowitz is also the plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging that there weren't enough paper...Show More Summary
SMELLS LIKE POLITICS: Alan Dershowitz says Hastert indictment “smells.” The federal structuring statutes that Hastert is accused of violating are aimed at sniffing out drug money, tax evasion and other illegal activities. But paying “hush money,” as Hastert was allegedly doing, isn’t illegal.
Alan Dershowitz says he was the one who persuaded Charlie Rangel to attend Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.
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An email obtained by Mediaite indicates an effort to raise funds for Alan Dershowitz's defense against a defamation case, aiming to "defray the enormous expenses which have been thrust on him so unjustly."
SPENGLER: Ted Cruz, the only Republican arrogant enough to be president. “Sen. Cruz is authentically bright, sufficiently so for the liberal Alan Dershowitz to declare that he was the best student he had ever had at Harvard’s Law School. The conservative legal theorist Robert P. George, who taught Cruz at Princeton, says the same thing. […]
More idiocy from far left crank Mark Lamont-Hill– Far left crank Mark Lamont-Hill argued on CNN that it’s “not true” that only Muslims are committing violence in the name of religion. “The point is Alan Dershowitz made this absurd comment … Continue reading ?
As part of a nauseating and ultimately misleading discussion hailing Pamela Geller’s anti-Muslim provocations as heroic, famed attorney Alan Dershowitz likened Geller’s tactics to Martin Luther King. As I’ve previously noted, a slew of Fox News pundits have condemned Geller this week. Show More Summary
Alan Dershowitz clashed with a Muslim guest on CNN tonight after arguing that the only group today threatening violence to suppress free speech is radical Muslims.
Alan Dershowitz said on Fox tonight that while Baltimore SA Marilyn Mosby may have charged the cops quickly to quell violence and rioting, but acting so quickly may lead to acquittals, which would lead to more rioting.
Over the weekend, noted Harvard Law professor and criminal defense attorney Alan Dershowitz made headlines attacking Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby for allegedly overcharging the Baltimore police officers blamed for Freddie Gray’s death and for placing “politics and crowd control” over the interests of justice. Show More Summary
Legendary Harvard Law School Professor and Newsmax contributor Alan Dershowitz weighed in on the indictment of six Baltimore police officers by overzealous State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Dershowitz told Steve Malzberg that this is a “sad day for justice” motivated by … Continue reading ?
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz definitely isn’t pleased with Baltimore’s State Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s perspective whether the Freddie Gray murder case is concerned. For those who missed it, Mosby has been a target for scrutiny since her highly publicized press conference on Friday, May 1. Show More Summary