January 2, 2010
Texas Public Policy - 8th Annual Policy Orientation for the Texas Legislature, U of Texas (Austin), Jan. 14-15 - here
ABA, 24th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime, February 24-26, 2010, Miami Beach, Fl.- here
ABA, Enforcement Trends in Securities and Commodities Actions 2010, Jan. 13, 2010, Washington, D.C.- here
Securities Regulation & Enforcement, March 22-23, 2010, NYC - here
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Viewing the criminal trial as a baseball game is among the most useful of tasks - except where the fans (a.k.a, juries) have been ousted in favor of allowing judges to be both referee and jury.
Access to justice used to be so simple: one team against another, a judge as ref, and the jury as fans who insure fairness (as well as popularity).
For prosecutors and criminal law, the door to the courthouse is, in theory, always open - unless, by corruption, it is shut. No prosecutor worth his salt should have to ask a court or a judge (the ref) what game is being played upon having the door to the courthouse open.
Posted by: Pat | Jan 7, 2010 10:15:52 AM