Category: creativity

  • The Trespass Problem I

    Here’s Texas’s criminal trespass statute. In relevant part, a person commits an offense if the person enters or remains on or in property of another without effective consent and the person received notice to depart but failed to do so. “Effective consent” includes consent by a person legally authorized to act for the owner. And […]

  • If He’s an Expert, Then So Is My Dog

    Yesterday at the ABA Journal Blogs, Debra Cassens Weiss asked, Are Ghostwritten Blogs Unethical. In the comments, “defunct big law associate” (in other words, my Rhodesian Ridgebacks have spent more time in law offices than he has) BL1Y writes, The fact that this is even a question shows a fundamental flaw in understanding how law […]

  • Aggressive Criminal Lawyer? No, Thanks.

    Here are the Google results for: compassionate criminal lawyer: about 124,000 truthful -truth criminal lawyer: about 148,000 tough criminal lawyer: about 315,000 creative criminal lawyer: about 319,000 aggressive criminal lawyer: about 2,290,000 Granted, these are not all lawyer websites, but there’s a Michigan lawyer with the domain name AggressiveCriminalAttorney.net, and he’s not alone in advertising […]