David Feige

Jurisprudence
Nov. 19 2009 12:51 PMThe Real Price of Trying KSMDefense lawyers will inevitably create bad law.
Convictions
April 16 2008 6:45 AMThe Price (in Years) of Celebrity
Convictions
April 1 2008 11:34 PMHeads I Win, Tails You Lose: Another way to do the time even if you didn’t do the crime.
Convictions
March 21 2008 1:33 AMA Dandy Deportation…
Convictions
March 19 2008 12:44 AMThe Wire and Jury Nullification: Why Lie?
Jurisprudence
June 18 2007 6:04 PMOne-Off OffingWhy you won't see a disbarment like Mike Nifong's again.
Jurisprudence
March 16 2006 5:26 PMTamper-ProofCarla Martin's witness tampering wasn't rare, just sloppy.
Jurisprudence
April 6 2005 3:32 PMStupid-Syndrome SyndromeYet more junk science to confound the legal system.
Jurisprudence
Jan. 13 2005 2:29 PMPro Se Can You See?The absurd Catch-22 at the heart of Kowalski v. Tesmer.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 3 2004 3:48 PMPublic OffendersWhy criminals in Massachusetts are getting out of jail free.
Jurisprudence
May 6 2004 3:38 PMEveryday ObstructionThe government finds a new way to nail old tax evaders.
The Slate Gist
March 22 1998 3:30 AMLying Lawyers
Convictions
May 29 2008 7:37 PMPerjury, Schmerjury—Why It's High Time for the Feds To Give Perjury Prosecutions a Rest
Convictions
April 6 2008 3:08 PMSentence First, Verdict Afterward! The Anatomy of Plea Coercion.
Convictions
March 27 2008 12:15 AMWith Math Skills Like These, It’s No Wonder Scalia is a Lawyer!
Convictions
March 19 2008 3:13 AMNo Pain, No McCain (A Response to Orin)
Jurisprudence
Oct. 24 2007 3:42 PMPyrrhic AcquittalThe Holy Land Foundation defendants aren't off the hook.
Jurisprudence
May 1 2006 3:56 PMDuke and CoverWhen election-time politics overtake the pursuit of justice.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 23 2005 2:31 PMDon't Tell, AskBob Woodward had no duty to disclose anything.
Jurisprudence
Feb. 14 2005 5:04 PMRadical SheikAn elegy for radical lawyering.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 24 2004 3:48 PMBlue HawaiiWhen liberal states get tough on crime.
Jurisprudence
May 27 2004 5:35 PMPrinting ProblemsThe inexact science of fingerprint analysis.
Jurisprudence
March 12 2004 4:28 PMDomestic SilenceThe Supreme Court kills evidence-based prosecution.

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