New York Times on Counsel for the Accused on Campus

Colleges and universities, in their zeal to extinguish sexual assault on campus, have given rise to a novel legal specialty: Counsel for the accused. There is nothing defensible about sexual assault. And although counsel for the accused might not seem like a novel idea, it is in these cases. The unpleasant reality remains that anyoneContinue reading “New York Times on Counsel for the Accused on Campus”

Dancing for Votes on the Graves of Lost Children

The slimy politicians’ trick of naming a law after a crime victim reached low points with “Jacob’s Law” and the “Adam Walsh Act.” It is horrible for a parent to lose a child, especially in the ways that Patty Wetterling (mother of Jacob) and John Walsh (father of Adam) lost their children. But the memoryContinue reading “Dancing for Votes on the Graves of Lost Children”