Simon Rickit has joined the commercial team in a senior role.
At least he pops clay pigeons. Possession of a gun without the permit is a felony. Altho the lack of permits is the government's fault, the most they're saying is that law enforcement will have discretion whether to arrest.
Kennedy argues the committee must subpoena the papers of William Rusherwho was prominent in the group, from the Library of Congress: Do you have any hesitancy or reason for us not to look at those documents?
Why they want to just, uh, rush this nominee through. The index notes things like "The microfilm in these papers was produced by the office of the National Review and is included in the collection as its own series. It is available for research use in the Manuscript Reading Room.
The only restrictions I can find on access pertain to his personal diaries, which cannot be released until 50 yrs after his death. So it looks as if Senator Kennedy need only walk across the street to the LoC and take a look. I guess they figured it out. Bench Memos is reporting that Senate Judiciary Committee staffers reviewed the relevant portion of the Rusher papers at the LoC and found not even a mention of Alito, and that the New York Times reviewed them two months ago and couldn't find anything either.
Not much basis for Kennedy's grandstanding over needing a subpoena to get at those secret files].
Are remarks about an attorney's oral argument actionable? It ultimately made its way to the 7th Circuit, which as would have been expected a quarter century ago ruled against plaintiffs.
Following it, the Second Amendment Foundation's publication had an article stating that three attorneys were to argue in the Circuit, court had allowed 30 minutes for argument per side, and the agreement was that the first was to use not more than 6 minutes.
Unfortunately, the article continued, he had used 13 minutes, throwing the timekeeping into disarray, and was rambling and often pointless. As might be expected, he lost.
This is the first time I've come across an attorney suing over a description of his oral argument, and arguing the case in the same court in which the argument was delivered. Tactical tip for those who haven't been in the appellate trenches: As might be expected, it was a very good year.
One comment is worthy of note. Dave listed repeal of the DC handgun ban as a hope forand attorney Alan Gura commented: District of Columbia, D. I look forward to arguing the case on the merits sometime in the coming year.Pro-gun legislators in PA have introduced two interesting bills..
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