Tag Archives: Judge Terrence O’Brien

Tenth Circuit: College Edition!

Just as the Jeopardy! gameshow has an annual College Championship, so too our federal appellate courts apparently have special days when they issue opinions addressing events on our nation’s college campuses. Last Monday, December 23, 2013, was one of those … Continue reading

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“You Forgot to Swear In the Jury? No Prob”

Joe Palazzolo has this report from the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog about the Tenth Circuit’s decision in United States v. Turrietta, which reinforces the lesson that a lawyer usually cannot sit by while error occurs and successfuly take advantage of it later.  What makes … Continue reading

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