Another week, another CFAA (Computer Fraud & Abuse Act) ruling out of the 9th Circuit Appeals Court. This time it's the infamous Facebook v. Power.com case that's been going on since 2008. When we first came across the case, in early 2009, we insisted that it made no sense. Show More Summary
The Bronx cabby who fatally beat his wife’s would-be rapist with a tire iron wasn’t just defending her, but his family, the man’s lawyer said Monday. Mamadou Diallo, 57, made a brief court appearance in the death of Earl Nash, 43. After the proceedings, his attorney, Anthony Michaels, said the Guinea native was also trying...
MG’s ad in the Earls Court catalogue. One of this country’s foremost historians on Classic cars, and regular contributor to Hemmings Classic Car magazine, Walt Gosden, gave me the catalogue for the 1964 Earls Court Motor Show last May when we met at the United States Merchant Marine Academy to photograph Walter P. Chrysler’s 1937 […]
That's how it looked on the front page of the NYT. Here's the Wikipedia article on Miranda:Chief Justice Earl Warren, a former prosecutor, delivered the opinion of the Court, ruling that due to the coercive nature of the custodial interrogation...Show More Summary
VideoLONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 30: Solo 45 of Boy Better Know reacts on stage after the final round at Red Bull Culture Clash at Earls Court on October 30, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images for Red Bull) Ask the average American about grime, and you’ll get a [...]
spoutziki-art: Philip Wilson Steer, The Swiss Alps At The Earl’s Court Exhibition, 1887
Ilya Somin: Prominent legal scholar Earl Maltz has an important new article arguing thatReynolds v. Sims (1965) and other Supreme Court decisions requiring state governments to follow the “one person, one vote” rule for apportioning legislative districts cannot be squared … Continue reading ?
As previously documented, for many understandable reasons, we adore Adele at The Hollywood Gossip. And we apparently are not alone. Say hello to Brian Earl Taylor. A young man who was sentenced to two years in prison for illegally carrying...Show More Summary
Brian Earl Taylor, 21, sang an apology to a courtroom at his hearing on March 10. In the style of Adele's "Hello" (and perhaps with a hint of Bieber's "Sorry"), he sang, "Hello there, your honor, I want to say I'm sorry for the things I've done and I'll try... More »
SMMFH! Brian Earl Taylor, 21, sang “sorry” to the judge, his mother and his victim at his March 10, 2016 sentencing in Washtenaw County Trial Court for unlawful imprisonment and carrying a concealed weapon.
Earl Warren had formidable legal chops even before his SCOTUS days.
In the run-up to the 1968 election, Chief Justice Earl Warren announced his intent to retire. Warren (and "the liberal Warren Court") had become a target for Richard Nixon and the Republicans, on the campaign trail, and Warren's retirement...Show More Summary
Before we begin, let the royal court take a moment of silence to remember a season of castles and crowns, barefoot baronesses and earls of sandwiches, stiff upper lips and loose Julie Montagu lips. Ah, Ladies of London! You’ve givenShow More Summary
Chief Justice Earl Warren considered them to be the most significant decisions of his tenure, and they have paved the way for one of the most important voting-rights cases in the past half-century. In the landmark cases of Baker v. Carr (1962) and Reynolds v. Show More Summary
Even the President is ready for NBA BACK! On Tuesday, President Obama attended the NBA's opening night where the Cleveland Cavaliers paid a visit to Chicago to take on the Bulls. It's been a busy sports day for the President as earlier...Show More Summary
Living with the Earls Court redevelopment.
Dave Hill reviews a development dog's breakfast.
Urban winery LDN CRU (London Cru) are just about to release their 2014s. It’s the second vintage at this exciting project, based near Earl’s Court in West London, and I’m pleased to say that the wines are even better than the 2013s, which were already very good. I caught up with winemaker Gavin Monery at [...]
After refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples once again, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis issued a statement Tuesday saying for her, it's "a Heaven or Hell decision." Even after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage earlier this summer, Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, citing her religious beliefs. Show More Summary