Sorry for the light posting folks. Nothing happened over the weekend that inspired me to post – it really was a lazy, boring weekend. But these people found some interesting stories to comment on. So go on over and give them a read:
Maggie at Of Counsel writes about Eyewitness ID Reform hearings in the Georgia legislature
Scott at SJ has a great post about how attorney-client communication is privileged, regardless of how big the sign over a jail phone is.
SL & P has this post about a judge that added banishment to an already long sentence for a drug dealer.
Here’s an interesting one: Grits reports that the Dallas DA withdrew his request for Joseph Lave to receive the lethal injection because two prior DAs has withheld potentially exculpatory information – polygraphs.