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Off-Point: Mr. Badger’s Weekend Links

Legal Ethics; or: Lawyers Behaving Badly

First amendment rights for lawyers?

OK, that last example relates more to one’s threshold for emotional pain than exercise of first amendment rights. Nonetheless, some Mr. Badger-recommended reading follows: Margaret Tarkington, “A First Amendment Theory for Protecting Attorney Speech“; Barry Tarlow, “Lawyers: Do they have First Amendment rights?

Speaking of the 6th amendment, Mr. Badger will go out on a limb and boldly predict that it isn’t elastic enough to support destroying a court file as part of your preparation for an upcoming trial.

Search & Seizure

Mr. Badger closes this linkfest with something practice-oriented: This takes you right inside a suppression hearing courtroom for some of the most riveting cross you’ll ever experience.

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