Seventh Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 17, 2022)

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K          “A prize dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating the work of someone who or some organization that really knows something about jurisprudence and the impact of courts, judges, lawyers and police on the lives and livelihood of ordinary citizens.  Someone who lives the conviction that men and women should establish and respect some norms and standards that are promulgated clearly to all and enforced equally in favor of and against all.”

J          “Someone who advances the Rule of Law and stuff like that.  I like it.”

K          “The recipient of the seventh annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence . . . is the justice correspondent and columnist Eli Mystal who writes the monthly column ‘Objection!’ examining the courts and the criminal justice system.  Describing the United States Constitution as ‘actually trash’ forces those who see the hope and possibility in the Great Document to reevaluate their faith and support.”

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[See the e-commentary at Sixth Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 18, 2021), Fifth Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 19, 2020), Fourth Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 21, 2019), Third Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 15, 2018), Second Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 16, 2017), First Annual Noble Prize In Jurisprudence (October 17, 2016) and Award Deadlines (Livelines?) (July 25, 2016).]

Bumper stickers of the week:

Give civil rights and civil liberties a chance

Rediscover the Constitution

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