Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Chief Justice John Roberts to speak at USC and Charleston Law Schools

From The State:

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts will speak to University of South Carolina and Charleston School of Law students later this month, the schools announced.

Roberts will preside Oct. 20 over a special law student moot-court session at the University of South Carolina School of Law Auditorium.

Later that day, he will speak to law students and area lawyers at the Gailliard Auditorium in Charleston. Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham invited Roberts to both schools.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

we are very disappointed that our solicitor failed to establish probable cause during the murder charge hearing for Joseph Hankerson. Before going into a preliminary hearing on a murder case we expect Barbara Morgan to have her ducks in a row and at least be able to get the case bound over in front of the magistrate. Instead she can't even demonstrate probable cause and then runs to the grand jury for a direct indictment. what kind of weak case is this and how much of our money does she intend to waste this time?