Jan 21, 2007

No Cookie For William H. Jeffress, Jr...

but he earns a smiley face for billing Scooter on Sunday and an "A" for effort for using the Google.
I'll see you in court tomorrow, Junior! :D

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Blogger calamityjane said...

Surprise. :D)

12:33 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Almost time for Mass. Happy Sunday. Gotta go. BBL.Peace and love to all.

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If you keep serving people crap and telling them it's a meal, they're eventually going to think it is a meal," O'Donnell said.

She was speaking about the AI judges making fun of physical features of contestants. Sure it is crass but the same rule can be applied to what is going on in this country by you know who.

Boycott Murdoch too.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

ROTFLMAO

1:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.firedoglake.com/2007/01/19/
libbys-memory-defense-highlights-his-
failures-on-national-security/

"The biggest irony, of course, is that Scooter Libby was so distracted with his plan to respond to Wilson that he didn't even notice that the wife about whom he was spreading leaks was one of the key Americans trying to stop this kind of proliferation. Plame can no longer combat proliferation, and the efforts of Scooter and his buddies appear to have been too ineffective to do so."

Must invade Iraq, must get re-elected, must control the world, must make the rich even richer, to hell with humanity.

http://tania.blythe-systems.com/
pipermail/nytr/
Week-of-Mon-20051031/025771.html

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Snowing in d.c. said...

Fitz,

You just cost Scooter 2 minutes and seven seconds worth of his Defense Trust Fund - Priceless.

I guess he lingered to read everyone's comments. I hope he doesn't move for a mistrial based on prosecutorial misconduct for your blogging. LOL

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://cosmos.ucc.ie/cs1064/jabowen/
IPSC/php/art.php?aid=28434

Fitzgerald doesn't give up squat on the leak case or other matters. Lord knows we have tried to pry it out of him, a no go.

We have questions but it would not be on the Libby case so to speak. It would be about the Patriot Act and our Constitution.

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Money on Fitz said...

Bring it on, Jr.!

In his 34 years as a trial lawyer, Bill Jeffress has tried over 29 complex civil and criminal cases before juries in nine different states and the District of Columbia. He has also tried dozens of cases before judges and administrative tribunals. Mr. Jeffress' cases have involved a wide range of substantive areas, including fraud, government procurement, antitrust, securities, regulation of financial institutions, insurance, newsgathering, tax, healthcare, international transactions, civil rights, and public corruption.

A large part of Mr. Jeffress' practice centers on the representation of corporations and individuals under investigation for violation of criminal laws, and defending them where indictments are returned. He has won acquittals for public officials accused of extortion, perjury, money laundering, and vote-buying; for lawyers charged with bank fraud, insurance fraud, and money laundering; and for businessmen accused of antitrust offenses, bribery, tax fraud, mail fraud, misapplication of funds, and RICO violations.

Mr. Jeffress defended ABC News in a landmark case alleging fraud and trespass during newsgathering, successfully prosecuted the Mexican national oil company for civil contempt, won a Supreme Court ruling for former President Richard Nixon involving public access to the Watergate tapes, and achieved a landmark ruling involving wheelchair accessibility at sports arenas under the Americans With Disabilities Act.

After graduation from law school, Mr. Jeffress served as a law clerk to Judge Gerhard A. Gesell of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and as a law clerk to Justice Potter Stewart of the United States Supreme Court. He has served as Chair of the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Standards Committee, and was a member of the ABA's Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility from 1996 to 2002. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and has testified as an expert witness on legal ethics and criminal defense practice.

Representative Engagements

Education and Honors

LL.B., Yale Law School, 1970

Editor in Chief, Yale Law Journal
B.A. (summa cum laude), economics, Washington and Lee University, 1967

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://thenexthurrah.typepad.com/
the_next_hurrah/2005/11/
is_bill_jeffres.html

Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald acknowledged during the session that Jeffress had represented another client during the grand jury phase of his investigation.

That client, Mary Matalin, a former adviser to Vice President Cheney — whose name was not mentioned in court — had told Jeffress that she had consented to his representation of another client. Fitzgerald said he did not object.

How about that? Two of the key former WHIG and OVP members, both represented by the same guy. And, as former government employees, both of them can shield the identities of people who contribute to their legal fees.

Well, it doesn't stop there.

Plus Conrad Black!

Do tell us.

2:24 PM  
Anonymous t said...

LOL your comments JB's and Fitz!

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!

Irish Blessing

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fitz doesn't give his cookies to just anyone.

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would share my cookies with Pat. ;0)

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Money on Fitz said...

A large part of Mr. Jeffress' practice centers on the representation of corporations and individuals under investigation for violation of criminal laws, and defending them where indictments are returned. He has won acquittals for public officials accused of extortion, perjury, money laundering, and vote-buying; for lawyers charged with bank fraud, insurance fraud, and money laundering; and for businessmen accused of antitrust offenses, bribery, tax fraud, mail fraud, misapplication of funds, and RICO violations.


Sorry Sports Fans, but isn't this just SOOO much better than following basketball and football .....?

-----------------------------------

6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon at 5:27 says:

"Fitz doesn't give his cookies to just anyone".

What do you have to do to get a cookie from Fitz?

Just curious.

6:49 PM  
Anonymous cookiephile said...

Display abnormal intelligence aka common sense.

7:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^

Then I should get a whole bag of cookies then!

I have common sense to spare!

7:46 PM  

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