I hope this finds you well.
I know you come here for the very best in myopic and cheeky descriptions of federal criminal appeals. Thank you for your readership.
I wanted to let you know that I’m also writing a column over at Above the Law about the Supreme Court – and not just about federal criminal stuff. I wrote last week about how dull I find bankruptcy lawyers.
If you’d like to see what I’m writing over there, please feel free to do so at this link.
It’s a different audience over at Above the Law – an audience made of people that has never had to explain that while, yes, technically, the judge could give you probation in light of Booker, it doesn’t mean that the judge is going to vary 13 years downward to do it.
The Above the Law readers are people who don’t know what Corrlinks is.
They’re people who have never walked out of a courthouse carrying a garbage bag containing their client’s wallet, belt, and keys after a surprisingly bad hearing to review conditions of pretrial release.
But I’m sure they’re fine people nonetheless. Except for the people who write stuff in the comments – I assume they’re deeply unhappy third-year associates drowning in law school debt, document review, and Dewar’s.
In any event, I wanted to let you know, gentle readers, that you’re my people too. And posts will continue to be posted here with about the same frequency that they have been.
Thanks very much for reading. Hope you’re well,