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Justice and Judges

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

Bob was subject to a court order that allowed police to arrest him practically at will. All that was necessary was for Bob to come within visual range of either Sergeant Joseph Patnode or Officer Kasey Hughes, who

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http://www.lewrockwell.com-William Norman Grigg

"If I don't have my black robe on, I'm just like anybody else," Oregon District Judge Gregory Baxter once pontificated from the bench. "But if I am wearing my black robe I expect my orders to be followed."

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http://beta.watchmybit.com, By:SovereignBTC

Watch exclusive Silk Road Trial video updates from John Bush of SovereignBTC podcast. 95% of fees go to support Free Ross Legal Defense Fund.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

"If I don't have my black robe on, I'm just like anybody else," Oregon District Judge Gregory Baxter once pontificated from the bench. "But if I am wearing my black robe I expect my orders to be followed."

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http://jonathanturley.org, By Cara L. Gallagher

A preview of a case that will be heard tomorrow in the SCOTUS: Reed v. Town of Gilbert. Question: Can a town impose more regulations on religious signs posted on public streets than political, ideological, or property signs?

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http://blog.simplejustice.us-SCOTT H. GREENFIELD

The putative purpose of the §1983 suit before the Eastern District of Missouri in Grand Juror Doe v. McCulloch is to gain the ability to speak freely despite the law that prohibits a grand juror from doing so. In the usual case, grand jury secrecy

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