Detours and Frolics: Week of 8/10

Happy orientation! Here’s some legal news and miscellany to distract you from the impending beginning of the semester:

  • Some big decisions came down from the 5th (voting rights) and 4th (obtaining cell phone records) Circuits (ABA Journal, Volokh/WaPo)
  • The Seventh Circuit lost track of a case on remand from the Supreme Court for five years (WSJ Law Blog)
  • The attorney who went undercover to expose corrupt Chicago judges 35 years ago has written a fascinating sounding book (Fox 32)
  • George W. Bush was summoned for jury duty but ultimately wasn’t chosen (ABC)
  • A drone dropped a package of drugs into a prison yard in Cleveland. The results were unsurprising (ATL Redline)
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