Thursday, November 10, 2016

You're So Vain


  • The Foreclosure Mediation Program will no longer accept mediations after the end of the year. [nvcourts.gov]
  • Judge Gloria Sturman got a brief moment in the national spotlight earlier this week. [Vanity Fair]
  • Recreational marijuana won't be "legal" in Nevada until January 1, 2017. [RJ]

11 comments:

  1. Yay Judge Sturman!! I was so disgusted by the various "legal" challenges made locally. I was very surprised Judge Boulware gave them so much of his time.

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    1. Have you been to federal court? Those folks have nothing going on. The judges hear one or two matters per day. Of course he gave it time, he was probably bored (not ruling on pending motions).

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    2. Plus with all of the Bourne Valley stays he issued, Boulware had no other cases cooking.

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  2. Stiglich for NSC.

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    1. Rico Suave's velvet mafia on the rise.

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    2. i can tell you right now that Johnson, Silver, and Cadish are all secretly seething. Oh, and bruce gale

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    3. Goodbye Second Amendment. Admitted in 2008, imported from the San Francisco Public Defender's office...from 1997-2002. But, on the bright side, she has now lived in Nevada long enough to get a divorce.

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  3. 4:51, you do understand how the Supremacy Clause works and that Trump will appoint Scalia's successor and maybe 1-2 more in the next few years? Heller and McDonald aren't going anywhere.

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    1. Good lawyer zing internet tough guy!

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  4. 5:05-- Pretty sure Trump has never little to do with Stiglich's appointment to the Nevada Supreme Court.

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    1. He's saying that, if this new NSC Justice issues an anti-2A opinion, then it'll be fixed on appeal to SCOTUS because 2A is a federal issue and Trump era SCOTUS will have an interest in that sort of thing.


      Have a good day Internet bud!

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