Friday, June 16, 2017

Luxurious Black Sports Car


  • A man asks to wear a Cowboys jersey to his double-murder trial. [RJ]
  • Contractors will start placing bids to do work on the new Raiders stadium next month. [Las Vegas SunRJ]
  • A debate over rules to limit student-teacher contact. [Las Vegas Sun]

19 comments:

  1. I am confused where the "luxurious black sports car" reference is coming from?

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    1. Also, shout out to blog admin for actually making these links open up in new tabs. You guys rock

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    2. From the RJ article: "Architect David Manica told the crowd that the inspiration for the design is “a luxurious black sports car.” Manica confirmed that the roof would be rigid but that the field surface would be retractable with a natural grass surface grown outdoors but wheeled into the stadium for games."

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    3. It's how the designer of the stadium referred to the look of the stadium.

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    4. Ah, I figured it was something to do with the article. I briefly skimmed through the article and didn't really read everything. Fear not, I do not do the same in the legal field.

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    5. 8:59 We know you take your time with legal work, but you still have the same comprehension problem.

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  2. Michelle Carter found guilty of involuntary manslaughter... Anybody think she should've taken her chances with a jury rather than a judge?

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    1. one article says she faces up to 20 years in prison...

      I think that charge is only a 1-4 in Nevada.

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    2. As a criminal lawyer I never want to do a bench trial unless the defendant is a cop.

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    1. Never go full tard man.

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    2. Slow your roll, bro

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    3. POO YOU SHEEPLE

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    4. He probably uses he term "cuck" too

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  4. Here is the church....

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  5. Was checking in on the Facebook page of a certain criminal defense lawyer in the news and she has two photos of client communications up. Violation of NRPC? I was thinking maybe since the handwriting would tie the communication back to the client.

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    1. This is what you were doing at 6:24am? Obsess much?

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  6. I'm a lawyer - no friends and no life. That's what Facebook is for, after all.

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    1. shh. you're going to give yourself away. We know there are only 2 lawyers in Vegas with no friends and no life.

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