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Judge Uses Electroshock in Court on Suspect, like a live Milgram experiment
March 10, 2018
A judge used the shock vest on one subject who refused to answer his questions. But did the judge issue the shocks himself? No. He ordered the bailiff to do so. And of course, the bailiff complied. ...
3 Recent Free Speech Wins in Court: Free Tweets, Owning Words, and Offensive Trademarks
December 19, 2017
Do Trump's tweets make you feel sad? Are you a public figure who has felt the wrath of Trump's twitter account? Has the President's use of 140 characters negatively impacted your career or personal life? ...
How Trolls Use Patent Law to Make an Easy Buck
October 06, 2017
Patent trolls are businesses which own patents for the sole purpose of litigation. They don't make their money from producing whatever the patent secures. They make their money suing companies for patent infringement. ...
How to Steal From Your Employer Using the Courts and Grammar
March 22, 2017
What is the point of law? Is it to settle disputes that arise between two individuals; the way common law was born? Or perhaps law is meant to spur debate on the use of the oxford comma, like a high stakes schoolhouse lesson on grammar. ...
How to Win an Easy Conviction in Court: Play a Movie for the Jury
March 15, 2017
Court is boring! If you want to get a conviction in the age of short attention spans, you need to entertain the jury! Why would you rely on facts and truth in the U.S. court of law, when you could just play a Hollywood fabrication? ...
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