Monthly Archives: July 2010

Innocence

There ought to always be an actual innocence exception to a bar on challenging a conviction.  The Ninth Circuit says otherwise. Advertisements

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Interesting lawyers

I don’t know this lawyer, but he may have too much time on his hands.

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Collection law news

Two recent decision, one by the U.S. Supreme Court and one by the KY Court of Appeals are of interest to collection lawyers. The U.S. Supreme Court case, found here, makes clear that the FDCPA exception for bona fide error … Continue reading

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Ouch!

As an attorney I am willing to admit that I lost a District Court trial to a pro se defendant. (It was “home cooking” and I won on appeal.)  However, some high priced attorneys in California lost an appeal at … Continue reading

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Photography update

Lawyer and Law Professor Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit, has an article in Popular Mechanics on the War on Photography. Also, the website Photography is not a crime is a nice spot that covers this issue.

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Lawyer’s dream

Boy, I hope these lawyers were working under a contingent fee arrangement.

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More on the debt collection industry

Megan Mcardle once again ventures into commentary on the state of the debt collection industry.  Read it here.

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