One great thing about having the dual advantages of lifetime tenure and a cadre of clerks at your command is that you can feel free to wax poetic -- or rhapsodic, depending upon your nature -- about things that the man on the street wouldn't spend a lot of time debating.
Lowering the Bar, with its usual flair, brings us a recent example from the 9th Circuit. In United States v. Rocha (PDF), the court reversed a federal inmate's conviction for assault with a dangerous weapon. Because it was undisputed that he used nothing but his bare hands in the attack at issue.
Sounds like the right decision. So how could the court have taken nine pages to get from point A to point B? As follows: [MORE]Sphere: Related Content
Posted by Eric Lipman on March 23, 2010
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