For a court to award that kind of money, the court has to find an utter lack of basis.
[The stepped-up pace of Fitzgerald's work in recent weeks suggests that] he's coming to closure, ... is in harm's way.
They suffered because of it, ... They were fearful because of it. They were in need of counseling because of it.
The lawyer can reveal anything he is not forbidden to reveal. There are rules governing what a lawyer can say publicly about a litigation proceeding and those are meant to balance the interest in public discussion and the interest in an untainted trial.
It's not a basis for disqualification, so long as neither child is involved in the case.
[Bush's action Monday] makes a lot of sense. He now knows with near certainty that Roberts is a survivor, who has been vetted by the press and the legal establishment, ... No skeletons have been found, nothing that could possibly derail his confirmation despite some opposition from progressive groups.
The justice is a law into himself or herself on that issue.
From the media's perspective, extremes are news, ... completely distorted by the emphasis on what I would call the grotesque or extreme cases.