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» Bench Warrant Issued For Car-Keying Scumbag Lawyer? from Ace of Spades HQ
Just a tip from a commenter at Black Five who says he was at the hearing, but it all sounds plausible enough. Thanks to DrewM.... [Read More]

» Chicago Lawer Jay R. Grodner's Day in Court from Confederate Yankee
The anti-war lawyer that defaced a Marine's car had his day in court. Justice was served, and though the case is over, Google will remember him forever.... [Read More]

» Chicago Lawyer That Damaged Marines Car Goes Before Judge~ OOHRAH Judge! from Theodore's World
This makes my day! I love, LOVE this, Judge a Marine how cool is that!!! S hearty OOOH-RAH!! Semper Fi to Marines everywhere!!!! [Read More]

» Grodner and the Marine: Justice from Fuzzilicious Thinking
Over at Blackfive, someone who attended the hearing updated the story: [Read More]

» Justice Served from baldilocks
Remember the lovely Jay Grodner? He's the anti-war Chicago lawyer who was able to key a Marine's car (equipped with veteran's plates), verbally insult the Marine and still remain vertical. Well, Grodner's had his day in court today. His fine [Read More]

» If a Tree Falls on a Blogger Does it make a Noise? from UNCoRRELATED
While readers of conservative blogs are aware of Canadian Human Rights Commision inquisitions against magazines of the Great White North, Al Siebring wonders if the bloggers are living in Who-ville: There was an email making the rounds in Ottawa this... [Read More]

» Justice from Wizbang
A few weeks ago, there was considerable buzz around the blogosphere about a Chicago lawyer who didn't care for the military. He saw a car with Marine Corps license plates... [Read More]

» "You're probably also wondering why there was a whole crowd of people here, Mr. Grodner" from Ace of Spades HQ
Proud patriotic car defacing liberal lawyer Jay Grodner has had his day in court. The outcome seems marginally acceptable although not quite as satisfactory as say stretching him on the rack or a few hours of waterboarding. Given this asshat's... [Read More]

» Grodner Arrested, Fined; Alas, Is Still A Fool. from Chapomatic
Well, this informative article has the scoop (h/t an update by Blackfive)the Marine whose car was keyed got a good resolution. In court, under arrest, Grodner finally starts acting as though the point comes across: Is this what you did? ... [Read More]

» Jay R. Grodner Has a Very Bad Day in Court from UrbanGrounds
Judge William P. OMalley is now officially one of my favorite people ever. A former Marine, a former cop, and now a judge? This guy is the law! ... [Read More]

» In Other Cyber-vigilante News. (updated); UPDATED AGAIN w/Transcript from pw pub
Chicago attorney Jay Grodner pleads guilty! - to vandalizing a Marines car, because of anti-military sentiment, inflamed by the Marine insignia printed on the license plates. He is sentenced to a years supervision by Social Service... [Read More]

» Roundup, March 15 from Overlawyered
Speaking of prostitutes and politicians, Deborah Jeane Palfrey has come to recognize that Montgomery Blair Sibley (Oct. 29; May 4; etc.) may not be the best lawyer for her. [WTOP via BLT] Update: Nearly two... [Read More]



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