Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Kamala Harris
    Kamala Harris

    Okay, I know I said I would just write about the elections that impacted criminal justice, but the Presidential, and more specifically, the Vice Presidential election really do fall into that category ...

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  • Criminal Justice Election Recap
    Criminal Justice Election Recap

    Election day 2020 was a mixed bag, but obviously the biggest prize was won. We will finally be rid of this national shame in the White House. As usual, you can find lots written about the Presidential ...

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  • Amy Coney Barrett Is Unqualified to Sit on The Supreme Court
    Amy Coney Barrett Is Unqualified to Sit on The Supreme Court

    Amy Coney Barrett has been named to United States Supreme Court. I don’t want to write something here that has already been said a million other places about the hypocritical way in which the GOP ...

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  • No-Knock Warrant Reform and the Breonna Taylor Case
    No-Knock Warrant Reform and the Breonna Taylor Case

    At long last, the Kentucky Attorney General has concluded its investigation into the killing of Breonna Taylor. Only one officer was charged and he was not charged with Taylor’s death, but rather ...

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  • Is Support of Black Lives Matter an Allowable Reason to Remove a Juror?
    Is Support of Black Lives Matter an Allowable Reason to Remove a Juror?

    Underrepresentation of minorities on jury’s is a longstanding issue that has undermined the fairness of our jury trial system and the right to a jury of one’s peers. The generic traditional thinking ...

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  • Goodbye, RBG.
    Goodbye, RBG.

    As a woman and a lawyer, it is hard for me to put into words what I owe to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I can think of no other human, past or present, who better personifies what we who became lawyers to ...

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