Constitutional Law

Charlottesville’s argument for moving Rally was weak

I am always reluctant to offer Monday-morning-quarterbacking and second-guessing of what other people put in court filings, because I usually don’t know the facts that the other lawyers know, and it seems gratuitous to take pot-shots after the fact. But in the aftermath of Judge Glen Conrad’s decision to grant Jason Kessler his injunction so […]...
Read More »

Soliciting and conspiracy, and murder

Continuing with the discussion  — James Alex Fields, Jr., who was in Charlottesville to attend the Unite the Right rally, is charged with driving his car on August 12, 2017, into a crowd of counter-protesters four blocks away from Emancipation Park.  One young woman was killed and 19 were injured, 5 critically.  Fields is charged […]...
Read More »