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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

By a vote of 9-7, en banc Fifth Circuit overturns Texas state court death sentence on a finding of a Penry violation: You can access the en banc ruling, dated yesterday but posted online today, at this link. The 161-page en banc ruling consists of a majority opinion, a concurrence, and four separate dissenting opinions. Odds are good that if you aren't familiar with Penry yet, you will be by the time you are done reading today's lengthy adjudication.

Update: A reader emails to note that Circuit Judge James L. Dennis gives a shout-out to his current law clerks -- Kevin Kneupper, Jelani Jefferson, and Bradley Meissner -- in footnote one of his concurring opinion on page 48 of the PDF file. Sadly, only one of those law clerks appears to have a blog, while another appears to be mentioned on page 19 of this Harvard Law School fundraising brochure. Assuming that Judge Dennis is the only member of the en banc court to have offered a law clerk shout-out, it would appear that the en banc Fifth Circuit is aligned 15-1 against law clerk shout-outs.
Posted at 03:10 PM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Colleges ask court to delay Proposal 2; State schools want to stall action for Class of '07; U-M may back off challenge of affirmative action ban": This article appears today in The Detroit News.

The Detroit Free Press reports today that "Universities want some more time on Prop 2; They cite fairness; U-M drops threat."

The Ann Arbor News reports that "U-M files for delay on Prop 2; MSU, Wayne State also seek to retain policies for 2007 admissions."

And The Michigan Daily contains an article headlined "'U' seeks to delay Prop 2; MSU, Wayne co-file motion" and a news analysis headlined "Is 'U' softening its strategy? Milder tack could prevent backlash from voters, legislators."

I have uploaded here and here yesterday's court filings that are the subject of these news reports.
Posted at 01:05 PM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Akin Gump Strikes Deal With Larry Tribe": Peter Lattman has this post today at WSJ.com's "Law Blog."
Posted at 10:42 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Does Ohio's DOMA constitutional amendment affect whether that State's domestic violence law applies to unmarried persons? The Columbus Dispatch today contains an article headlined "Domestic-assault case tests effects of '04 marriage law" that begins, "When Ohioans voted two years ago to outlaw same-sex marriages, they also might have stripped away defenses for unmarried partners in abusive relationships, domestic-violence attorneys will argue today in a case before the state Supreme Court."

The court provides this summary about the case, and you can view the oral argument live, online by clicking here (RealPlayer required). The court is now (at 10:40 a.m. eastern time) hearing oral argument in the immediately preceding case on today's oral argument calendar.

Update: At 11 a.m. eastern time, Ohio's highest court has begun hearing oral argument in this case. Second update: Oral argument of the case concluded at 11:39 a.m. eastern time. Archived video of the oral argument should soon be available via this link.
Posted at 10:40 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"States, news groups back Chronicle's BALCO reporters; Appeals court to decide whether to jail men for withholding grand jury transcript source": This article appears today in The San Francisco Chronicle.

And The Associated Press reports that "States Side With SF Chronicle Reporters."
Posted at 10:28 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Thanks for propelling "How Appealing" into second place in the voting for "Best Law Blog" in The 2006 Weblog Awards: Just 24 hours ago, "How Appealing" had fallen to third place in the polls, trailing some British law blog that I had never heard of before this contest began. But my readers valiantly answered yesterday's plea, voting in droves to ensure that "How Appealing" now holds second place by approximately 200 votes over the third place blog.

"The Volokh Conspiracy" continues to maintain an insurmountable and well-deserved 600+ vote lead in first place, so please continue to vote once every 24 hours between now and December 15th, when the polls will close, to assure that "How Appealing" remains in second place.

You can vote once every 24 hours per web browser, so if you haven't voted recently, please do so by clicking here.
Posted at 08:55 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

A reason for bloggers to praise The New York Times: I just noticed a new feature available at the web site of The New York Times. Immediately below the headlines of newly published articles, and to the right of the beginning of the text of those articles, are a series of links that now include a brand-new option titled "Share." Clicking on the "Share" option launches several other options, including one titled "Permalink."

Selecting the "Permalink" option launches a new window providing access to a link that The New York Times describes as follows: "Using this link will ensure access to the article, even after it becomes part of the NYT archive."

Previously, the only way that a blogger could ensure that he or she was linking to an NYTimes article that would not eventually become no longer freely available once consigned to that newspaper's archives was to use the RSS link that could either be generated via Blogspace or searched for manually using the newspaper's own RSS page.

Unfortunately, not every article published in each day's newspaper received an RSS link from the NYTimes, and therefore those articles that did not receive an RSS link would eventually become largely unavailable for free in the NYTimes archive.

Earlier this morning, I linked to a NYTimes article headlined "Bill on Civil Unions Moves Forward in New Jersey." No RSS link was available for that article either through Blogspace or the NYTimes' own RSS page. However, using the NYTimes' new "Permalink" option, I was nonetheless able to use this link to the article, which the newspaper says will provide full access to the article even after first of my two links to the article in this paragraph directs the user to the NYTimes archive.

What's happening here is that The NYTimes is making it easier for bloggers to link to articles published in that newspaper in a way that -- weeks, months, and years from now -- will enable others who click on those links to freely access the full text of those articles without either needing to have a TimesSelect subscription or needing to pay for full access. Here's an example: this is an RSS pass-through link to an article published on November 1, 2005 headlined "President Picks Judge on Appeals Court for O'Connor's Seat." By contrast, click here to see what sort of access to that very same article you'd receive if I had not furnished the RSS permalink.

As before, bloggers will of course have to execute a few more mouse-clicks to provide their readers with permalinks to NYTimes content, but I'm hoping that other bloggers will realize the value to their readers and their own archives in doing so.
Posted at 08:45 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Skilling prison date postponed; 5th Circuit asks time for 'careful consideration' of his bail request, sets no timetable": This article appears today in The Houston Chronicle.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports today that "Waseca will have to wait for former Enron CEO; A court has stayed the order requiring Jeff Skilling to report to the federal prison in Waseca by Tuesday afternoon."

And The Washington Post reports that "Skilling's Arrival In Prison Delayed; Court Weighs Bail Pending Appeal."
Posted at 08:24 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Letter reveals shooter's anger; It says lawyer 'destroyed his life'": The Chicago Tribune today contains an article that begins, "Angry, misspelled words and rambling sentences, scrawled by the hand of the man who last week killed three and tore a downtown law firm apart with gunfire, sketch a rough-edged portrait of a frustrated, fragile mind that would eventually break. Joe Jackson, a would-be inventor with a plan for a tractor-trailer toilet, believed a patent attorney had stolen his idea." Some excerpts from the letter can be viewed online at this link.

And the newspaper also reports today that "Shooting rampage casts pall of anxiety; Visitors to high-rise say they are scared."
Posted at 08:14 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Judge Rejects Injunction Against 'Borat'": The Associated Press provides this report.

And BBC News reports that "Move to block Borat DVD rejected; A move by two university students to halt the forthcoming DVD release of the spoof movie Borat has been rejected by a Los Angeles judge."
Posted at 08:05 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Senate panel approves civil unions bill; Gay pairs a step closer to marriage equality": This article appears today in The Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger.

The New York Times reports today that "Bill on Civil Unions Moves Forward in New Jersey."

And The Philadelphia Inquirer reports today that "N.J. civil-union bill rushes to a vote."
Posted at 07:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"So This Manatee Walks Into the Internet": The New York Times today contains this article recounting the story of why the NBC television show "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" purchased the domain name www.hornymanatee.com.
Posted at 07:44 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Novel Legal Challenge to Wal-Mart Appears To Be Faltering on Coast": Josh Gerstein has this article today in The New York Sun.
Posted at 07:33 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"High court's majestic library off limits; Repository of law getting makeover, closed until 2008": Joan Biskupic has this article today in USA Today.
Posted at 06:45 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Victim-photo ruling is reversed; The Supreme Court unanimously reinstates a murder conviction that a California-based court rejected based on grieving observers' pins": David G. Savage has this article today in The Los Angeles Times. The newspaper also contains an editorial entitled "The 9th Circuit's deserved slap: Supreme Court rebuff in death penalty case points to a recurring problem with the appeals panel."

In today's issue of USA Today, Joan Biskupic reports that "Murder conviction stands in Supreme Court case; Lower court had said buttons worn by spectators might have biased jury."

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that "Murder verdict upheld -- appeals court lacked jurisdiction."

The San Jose Mercury News reports that "Buttons of victims permitted at trials; Supreme Court rules in San Jose murder case." And an editorial is entitled "Ruling misses opportunity to clarify courtroom displays."
Posted at 06:44 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, December 12, 2006

"Miller-Jenkins v. Miller-Jenkins, and Vermont versus Virginia: How One Contested Custody Case Illustrates the Perils of Non-Uniform State Marriage and Parentage Laws." Joanna Grossman has this essay online today at FindLaw.
Posted at 06:35 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Justices Overturn Ruling in Case on Buttons in Court": Linda Greenhouse will have this article Tuesday in The New York Times.
Posted at 11:48 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

This past Saturday, the U.S. Senate apparently returned all pending Article III judicial nominees to the White House: You can confirm it for yourself at this link.

Thus, it's no longer correct to assert that U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) is continuing to block the nomination of Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Janet Neff to a federal district judgeship, because her nomination was among those returned to the White House.

One could feel particularly sorry for Thomas Alvin Farr of North Carolina, whom the White House nominated on December 7, 2006 for a federal district judgeship. Just two days later, the U.S. Senate returned that nomination to the White House with all the others.
Posted at 10:20 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Skilling won't have to report to prison yet": The Houston Chronicle provides a news update that begins, "The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has delayed the start of former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling's prison sentence that was scheduled to begin here Tuesday. The court said today he would not have to report to prison while it considers his motion for bail pending his appeal on his conviction."

And somewhat relatedly, at the blog "Houston's Clear Thinkers" Tom Kirkendall has a post titled "The ordeal of Jamie Olis continues."
Posted at 10:04 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Judge wants legal-fee payment plan from Blagojevich": The Associated Press provides a report that begins, "Warning that 'the time for waffling has passed,' a federal judge on Monday ordered Gov. Rod Blagojevich's administration to tell him next week how it plans to pay legal fees in a video-game lawsuit it lost. U.S. District Judge Matthew Kennelly gave the governor's office and Attorney General Lisa Madigan until Dec. 18 to say how they will pay $510,250 in legal fees to the video-game industry. Game representatives sued Blagojevich, Madigan and Cook County State's Attorney Richard Devine over a 2005 law that barred the sale of violent or sexually explicit video games to minors. Kennelly threw out the law as unconstitutional a year ago and ruled in August that the state should pay the industry's legal costs, relieving Devine's office of obligation."
Posted at 10:00 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

Available online at SSRN: Justin Crowe and Christopher Karpowitz have a paper titled "Where Have You Gone, Sherman Minton? The Decline of the Short-Term Supreme Court Justice" (abstract with link for download).

And Law Professor Nan D. Hunter has a paper titled "Justice Blackmun, Abortion, and the Myth of Medical Independence" (abstract with links for download).

Thanks to "Legal Theory Blog" for the pointers.
Posted at 09:54 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

Sorry, no topless photos here: A referral link that recently appeared on this blog's Site Meter counter reveals that "How Appealing" is at present the top-rated response when the phrase "topless photo" is searched at Google Blog Search, due to this earlier post. I don't know whether to feel good or bad that this blog is possibly impeding someone's search for actual topless photos.
Posted at 09:10 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Victim Images Did Not Mar Trial, Justices Rule": Robert Barnes -- who is covering the U.S. Supreme Court for The Washington Post while Chuck Lane is on book leave -- will have this article Tuesday in that newspaper.
Posted at 08:57 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Lawyers, Guns And History": CBS News legal analyst Andrew Cohen today has an essay that begins, "The Second Amendment was back in the news last week. In Washington, there was yet another hearing in a high-profile lawsuit brought to challenge the District of Columbia's sweeping prohibition against handguns."

Thanks to the law firm Gura & Possessky, P.L.L.C., which represents the plaintiffs in that lawsuit, you can access online via this link the pleadings and briefs filed in the trial court and in the currently-pending appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

My earlier recent coverage of the D.C. Circuit's oral argument in that case can be accessed here.
Posted at 08:22 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Sex and the City: New York City bungles transgender equality." Law Professor Kenji Yoshino has this jurisprudence essay online at Slate.
Posted at 08:15 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"High Court Restores Verdict in Victim-Button Case": This audio segment (RealPlayer required) featuring Nina Totenberg appeared on this evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered."
Posted at 08:11 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied. Justice Kennedy and Justice Souter would grant the petition for a writ of certiorari." That entry appears on today's U.S. Supreme Court Order List for the case captioned Ingram v. United States, No. 06-207.

According to the Brief in Opposition that the Solicitor General filed, the question presented in the case was "Whether due process required the district court to exclude the testimony of a cooperating witness, where the government agreed to pay the witness a percentage of the proceeds from drug sales forfeited as a result of his cooperation."
Posted at 05:15 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"In a broadside directed at the district court proceedings as a whole, Calvi contends that summary judgment is an unconstitutional abridgement of her Seventh Amendment right to trial by jury. That contention is hopeless." So writes First Circuit Judge Bruce M. Selya in an opinion issued today on behalf of a unanimous three-judge panel.

In case you missed my post from yesterday, Judge Selya was the subject of an interesting article published yesterday in the Ideas section of The Boston Globe bearing a headline that begins, "The sesquipedalian septuagenarian."
Posted at 05:05 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Former N.J. Supreme Court Chief Joins Drinker Biddle & Reath": The Legal Intelligencer provides this news update (free access).
Posted at 04:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Webcast -- A Conversation with Justice Breyer and Harvard Law Professor Fried": If you have the latest version of Apple's QuickTime software installed, you can access via this link streaming video of last Friday's event at the Georgetown Law Center. I didn't have the latest version of QuickTime installed until moments ago, and as a result the video wouldn't play for me until I updated that software to version 7.

No software update will be necessary in all likelihood to enjoy a somewhat blurry photo essay from the event posted online today by David Lat at "Above the Law."
Posted at 04:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"An Inside Look at the Supreme Court: The Supreme Court justices differ on their view of the court's role in society." Jan Crawford Greenburg of ABC News provides this interesting video report.
Posted at 04:10 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"High Court Says Buttons Didn't Bias Jury in Murder Case": law.com's Tony Mauro provides this news update.
Posted at 04:02 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Supreme Court says buttons did not bias jury against killer": David Savage of The Los Angeles Times provides this news update.
Posted at 03:54 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"Conviction upheld despite buttons worn at trial": James Vicini of Reuters provides this report. Reuters also reports that "US Supreme Court backs gov't on oil, gas royalties."

And Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that "Conviction Reinstated by Top Court in Victim-Photo Button Case."
Posted at 03:45 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, December 11, 2006

"U-M, MSU, WSU seek Proposal 2 delay": The Detroit Free Press provides a news update that begins, "Michigan's big three universities -- Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University -- announced today they are asking a federal court for a short-term delay in implementing the requirements of Proposal 2, which bans affirmative action programs. The delay would allow the universities to use existing policies to complete admissions and financial aid for students who will enroll for the fall 2007 semester."

The Detroit News provides an update headlined "Three universities ask for delay in Prop 2."

And The Associated Press reports that "Mich. Universities Seek Delay on New Law."

In addition, the University of Michigan issued a news release entitled "Three universities file motion seeking to complete this year's admissions and aid cycle under current rules," while that university's president issued this related statement.
Posted at 03:40 PM by Howard Bashman



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