Jurors in a murder trial in Winnipeg, Manitoba, were sent home early “after the star witness . . . couldn’t stop vomiting while under cross-examination.” (Via.)
A federal appeals court has upheld a Wisconisn prison regulation forbidding inmates from playing Dungeons & Dragons because it “promotes gang-related activity.” (Via.)
Although I’ve not seen this before, I know from experience that the pervasiveness of computerized legal research leads to odd places for law books to go to die.
A former Chinese Supreme Court Justice has been sentenced to life imprisonment for corruption after being convicted of taking more than $570,000 in bribes in return for favorable rulings.
Most lawyers who have never lost a case have not had enough hard cases.