Friday, July 29, 2005
Charles Rose of Stetson and Chistopher Slobogin of Florida are quoted in the Daytona Beach News Journal about the insanity defense and its application to a local case.
Robert Weisberg of Stanford opines in the San Bernardino County Sun that breaching the attorney client privilege is not a criminal act.
Neal Katyal of Georgetown is quoted on ZDnet.com about a recent case where a man was arrested for mooching Wi-Fi from another without permission.
Gerald Reamey of St. Mary's is quoted in the San Antonio Express News about a strange local case. [Mark Godsey]