Monthly Archives: February 2009

Ginsburg in Top Form

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Just 18 days after undergoing major surgery Justice Ginsburg was smiling as she returned to the bench yesterday after the Supreme Court’s February break. She energetically questioned the attorneys arguing their case, at times rocking back and forth in her chair.

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Stevens Prosecutors in Contempt of Court

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An angry Judge Emmett Sullivan yesterday ruled that government lawyers in the prosecution of Senator Ted Stevens were in contempt of court for failing to produce documents relating to witness tampering and willfully concealing evidence.

NYT article here.

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Tejada Pleads Guilty

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Houston Astros shortstop Miguel Tejada, shown flanked by his attorneys Mark Tuohey and William Lawler, pleads guilty before Magistrate Judge Alan Kay to charges that he lied to Congressional investigators about steroid use by Oakland Athletics players.

Washington Post story here.

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