Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Back in 2018, Brett Kimberlin filed a motion that sought review of some of his Speedway Bombing convictions. The motion was denied by the U. S. District Court in Indianapolis, and the denial was affirmed by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Kimberlin has found a lawyer to represent him in the Supreme Court, and his petition for a writ of certiorari is due on 6 August.

The question posed in this AYPWIP from nine years ago seems on point.

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Could be, Brain … I wonder if he’s getting his advice from the same guy who represented Wile E. in Coyote v. Acme.

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UPDATE—A California appeals court has ruled that LA District Attorney Gascón must allow his prosecutors to charge criminals under the state’s three strikes law. Legal Insurrection is reporting that the DA is appealing that ruling to the California Supreme Court.

Gascón has to know his chances are slim in front of the California Supreme Court, but he retained Neal Katyal, the nation’s highest-paid lawyer.

Former Acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal represented Al Gore in 2000. He also charged a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary $2,465 an hour in a bankruptcy case.

Kaytal is the lawyer representing Brett Kimberlin pro bono in the Supreme Court.

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