Lawsuit May Stop The Superbowl

An attorney has filed an application for an injunction in U.S. District Court to force Qualcomm Stadium to comply with the terms of a 2001 settlement in which it agreed to improve access for the disabled, according to this at overlawyered.com.




Convicted Arkansas Judge Gets Pension

Judge Owens was convicted of registering a motor home at a fictitious address in another state to avoid paying taxes. He continued fighting efforts to remove him from the bench just long enough to pass the ten-year mark (earning a pension) and then resigned. Read all about it here.





Scope of the Fifth Amendment

As discussed below, the Supreme Court will decide a case (Chavez v. Martinez) this term that will reconcile different views of the scope of the Fifth Amendment’s protection against un-Mirandized interrogations. CNN has a long and interesting article about the issue presented here.