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Just Name Bad Prosecutors, Already

When prosecutors screw up, why don’t judges mention them by name in the rulings? They mention screwy witnesses and experts by name. Closing ranks? It’s a bad practice that makes the legal system look bad.

Bonds Question Upstages Backdating Charges

The Barry Bonds question upstages Ryan’s announcement of backdating indictments. And more …

Court Buries McCoy Feud (not that McCoy feud)

San Francisco attorney Waukeen McCoy’s long and winding feud with Angela Alioto over $2 million in Twinkie money comes to a whimpering conclusion.

Plaintiff Lawyer Didn’t Think Big in Rollover Case

When the Fourth District slashed a $150 million injury verdict against Ford, plaintiff attorney Dennis Schoville might’ve been second-guessing himself.