'Crusader' - Book by federal judge reaches publishing milestone
Published: July 27, 2015
Some 18 months after its release, the biography of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Damon J. Keith has surpassed the 10,000 mark in copies sold, according to officials with Wayne State University Press, the local publisher of “Crusader for Justice.&rdqu [ More » ]
ACLU: Judge imposes 'pay or stay' sentences on poorJuly 27, 2015
DETROIT (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a Detroit-area judge known for sending poor people to jail if they can’t immediately pay fines, saying the “pay or stay” policy is illegal and creating a debtors&rsquo
Liberals lament first 10 years of 'Roberts Court'July 27, 2015
ROCHESTER, NY — While liberals were cheering some of the final decisions to come out of the U.S. Supreme Court at the end of June, they are not giving high marks to the first 10 years of the court under Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.
ABA House ponders student debt, financial counselingJuly 27, 2015
The American Bar Association House of Delegates, which determines association-wide policy, will take up a proposed resolution at the upcoming ABA Annual Meeting that seeks more financial counseling and transparency for students considering or in law schoo
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