Being on the appellate bench, Stuart Pollak says, gives him the opportunity to do the things he's always loved best about the law -- delving deeply into cases and giving much thought before writing a well-researched ruling. It's far from where he got his start, as a young prosector at the Justice Department. It was Pollak who, in 1963, discovered that it wasn't a federal crime to shoot the President, and who went on to serve on the staff of the Warren Commission.
Judicial Profile: Stuart Pollak
December 2, 2003
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