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A BLACK MARK FOR JUDGE SCHEINDLIN?

Our colleague -- Professor Randolph McLaughlin -- is quoted in this Law360 "stop-and-frisk" piece: 2nd Circ. Stop-And-Frisk Rebuke A Warning To Chatty Judges By Pete Brush Law360, New York ...
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STAYING SCHEINDLIN'S STOP-AND-FRISK ORDER

Our colleague -- Professor Randolph McLaughlin -- is quoted in this Christian Science Monitor piece: * * * Stop-and-frisk: Appeals court halts changes to policy, rebukes US judge In a victory for ...
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DON'T YOU CALL ME STUPID, STUPID!

Judge Gerald Lebovits has a monthly column called "The Legal Writer" featured in the Journal, a publication of the New York State Bar Association. In this month's issue (Vol. 79, No. 1), ...
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WANNA BE A JUDGE?

If you've ever considered becoming a judge, you may want to think twice. The campaign process is highly regulated and riddled with technicalities. It's so convoluted and complex that all judicial ...
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"ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS" ... EVERYONE LOSES

It's fortunate for the Honorable Gregory A. Presnell, a United States District Court Judge of the Middle District of Florida, that federal judges have life tenure. Appointed in 2000, by President ...
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