Was it worth it? That’s the question I’m left with following Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

On the plus side, at a normal life expectancy, he will serve on the Court for 30-plus years.

On the negative side, I’m not sure lawyers and judges who saw his loss of self-control at his

On Thursday in Dietz v. Bouldin, the Supreme Court ruled that federal district courts can recall jurors after identifying errors in deliberations.

The decision involved the trial of a car wreck case in Florida. The defendant admitted liability and stipulated $10,136 in damages for plaintiff’s medical expenses. During deliberations, the jury sent out a

On June 30, 2014 the U.S. Supreme Court granted cert and vacated a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Gibson v. Kilpatrick.

The case originated in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, with Judge Michael Mills presiding. The plaintiff was the former police chief of Drew. He alleged that

This is not going to be another one of those columns about whether Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court–she should.

So why doesn’t she? My guess is that it’s a combination of the facts that she likes the job and it makes her feel special. Better in her mind to have