Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Auburn is in the national title game, therefore we can't have a trial in early January.

As the Wall Street Journal's law blog notes, Birmingham, Alabama attorney Michael Mulvaney brought a successful motion in federal court in the Southern District of Alabama to ensure that a case he was litigating would not be tried around the time of the BCS National Championship game. As the post notes, he included pictures of his children wearing Auburn apparel "for manipulative purposes only." In granting the motion, Judge Kristi DuBose included in her order a picture of her daughter also wearing Auburn apparel. No word as to whether Oregon lawyers have filed similar motions.

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