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Posting Hiatus

 Posting will be light to non-existent till approximately November 16. Some links in the meantime:

Michael O’Hear, “Supreme Court Review: Overarching Themes

Richard D. Friedman, “Coping with the Melendez-Diaz line

Washington supreme court: county noise ordinance unconstitutional (maj. op.; diss1; diss2)

Margaret Flynt, “The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon” (Mr. Badger wonders about the Baader-Meinhof reference, which is a distraction at best, inflammatory at worst, but perhaps it is merely an attention-grabber, in which case: mission accomplished! In any event, the real topic of that post is ineffective assistance at the plea bargaining stage.)

Paul L. Caron, “The Numbers: J.D. Degrees and Lawyer Employment

Ninth Circuit Blog, Habeas Handbook

Samuel Wiseman, “Habeas After Pinholster

Oregon Federal Defender, “Recent Supreme Court And Ninth Circuit Habeas Decisions: Why We Need Full Factual Development And Preservation Of Issues In State Court.”

Andrew Eppich, “Wolf at the Door: Issues of Place and Race in the Use of the ‘Knock and Talk’ Policing Technique

Mike Sacks, “Supreme Court Punts Death Penalty Case“; “Supreme Court Looks At Unreliable Eyewitness IDs And Appears To Blink

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