My jury returned a verdict in Sioux City, and I am back in Lincoln. While trying to catch up, I saw an article highlighted by How Appealing, my primary source for everything. The piece, written by Radley Balko in the Agitator Blog, begins with a quote from the most interesting man in the world, Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit.
The judge writes: “There is an epidemic of Brady violations abroad in the land. Only judges can put a stop to it.” United States v. Olsen, Nos. 10-36063-36064 (9th Cir., December 10, 2013) (dissent). Is the most interesting man in the world merely trying to be interesting or is HE right?