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Opening Statement: No House, No Custody, No Money, No Lawyer |
Robert L. Rothman
Would you rather go to jail or be homeless for 30 days? Prison or poverty–which is worse? What if you and your family were being evicted from your house, your belongings thrown out on the street, and you did not have enough money in your pocket to rent another place to live? What if, in fact, you had paid the rent and this was all a mistake?
The following articles from the Fall 2008 issue are available to Section members and are in PDF format ( ):
- » From the Bench: An Oath for the Profession: What Do We Owe Each Other?
Honorable Joseph A. Greenaway, Jr.
- » Parchman Farm Blues: Pushing for Prison Reforms at Mississippi State Penitentiary
Margaret Winter and Stephen F. Hanlon
- » Racial Disparity Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Carol A. Brook
- » Marsupial Justice
Parker B. Potter, Jr.
- » Making Full Use of the Court: Come to Settle First, Litigate Second
- » Partnership Lost
Jacob A. Stein and Michael D. Billok
- » Dealing with the Difficult Adversary
- » Closing the Courthouse Door
Jean Maclean Snyder
- » Finding Rewards in “Boring” Cases
Kelly T. Nugent
- » Poet’s Corner: Settling on the Eve of Trial
- » Legal Lore: Delta Justice: The Trappers War and the Caernarvon Crevasse
- » Sidebar: Judges
Kenneth P. Nolan
- » Advance Sheet
Robert E. Shapiro
- » Litigator’s Bookshelf: Middle Temple Lawyers and the American Revolution
- » Literary Trials: Mary Barton