Criminal Procedure

Episode 31: Best iOS Law Apps, New Year’s Resolutions, Police Takedown Requests on YouTube

by Laura Bergus January 16, 2012 Podcasts

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed Introduction New Year’s Resolutions: SPOILERS! Ouij will get published, Josh will have more faith in people, and no more judges preemptively tell Laura she’s going to lose. Law geek iTems: When your firm dislikes you helping yourself to their SMTP server from outside the office, [...]

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Does Oral Argument Matter? – Stats From the Court

by Mr. X October 6, 2008 Legal

The Supreme Court began hearing oral argument for the fall term this morning.  SCOTUS Blog always has great coverage of what cases are being argued today and a preview of the cases this week.  Two interesting criminal procedure cases are being argued Tuesday: Herring v. United States (07-513), on whether courts must suppress evidence seized [...]

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The Best Way to Take Notes in Law School

by Mr. X July 17, 2008 Law School

Yeah, I know it’s a bold statement, but I swear by this program.  Microsoft OneNote allows students to organize multiple notebooks, sections, and subsections in one application, with instant, database-style save capability so you’ll never lose your notes.  You can create tables and charts, take notes in easily formatted bullet or numbered outlines, drag and [...]

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