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Interesting Judicial Writing
Sometimes reading what judges write can be particularly enjoyable or entertaining or even painful for the litigants or their lawyers to read. When they set out to do so, judges know how to make memorable points. We collect them as we find them, just to show there can be far more to the law than they law digests and headnotes can ever capture.

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   A Court and a Judiciary That Is As Good As Its Promise by Burke, Kevin (December 30, 2003) (Hennepin Lawyer)
"Today the dissatisfaction with the administration of justice is at a level that none of us should tolerate or accept for it threatens our democracy as much or more than any terrorist. "

"The popular dissatisfaction with the administration of justice is not fueled just by rhetoric, but by performance. ... [M]ost courts can articulate what does not work, but have not designed quality initiatives that do work in what is asserted to be the unique culture of the court. Our challenge is made more difficult with the fiscal crisis[.] However, a lack of money is not an excuse for a lack of ideas. We must be willing to innovate[.]"

   Hyperphrase Technologies v. Microsoft, Order Denying Motion to Strike Motion for Summary Judgment As Untimely, W.D. Wisc. (July 1, 2003) (July 1, 2003) (U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin)
Read what happened when nine lawyers filed a motion before Magistrate Judge Stephen L. Crocker because Microsoft's motion was electronically filed four minutes past the midnight deadline.

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