Oakland, Calif., attorney Christopher Grell’s belief that certain Internet speech shouldn’t be immune from liability was bombing Tuesday during oral arguments in the state Supreme Court.
But the coup de grace came when Justice Ming Chin followed up Grell’s presentation by immediately telling one of the opposing lawyers how surprised he was by Grell’s “startling lack of legal authority.”
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