UPDATE: Milt Hirsch story breaks a civil angle....go to the civil blog here and read all the gory details including someone named "the grinder" and first amendment dross. (care to jump in Word of the Day Guys?)
Monday is done. Despite the hostile environment you know where, our client emerged from court looking like this:
And that's how we will feel back in the friendly confines of our home turf on Tuesday.
And speaking of smiling, there are two attorneys who are downright beaming.
Abdul Kallon (40) of Birmingham, Alabama and Jacqueline Nguyen (44) of Los Angeles were nominated to the Federal District Court by President Obama on Friday. Kallon was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and Nguyen and her family fled Vietnam when Saigon fell to the Communists.
Talk about diversity jurisdiction!!
Finally and way way off topic for this blog is this fascinating story in the NY Times.
We probably know less about conducting a successful relationship than the average judge knows about the 4th amendment (you know Judge, the pesky one that says all the stuff about search and seizure and that probable cause junk).
Anyway, what do you do when your spouse of twenty plus years comes home and announces that he's leaving and doesn't love you anymore?
And no, the answer does not involve the words "Glock" and "9 millimeter ammunition". But what this woman did may surprise you.
And more surprising, it worked!!!
See you in court. It's still hot and these judges have not done a damn thing about the dress code/tie thing.