Holding judges accountable


It is one thing for judges to refuse to be intimidated by criticism. It is quite another to avoid possible criticism by blocking public scrutiny of judicial performance. That is why the Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy should ...

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Access to entertainment: Pass the popcorn

Gary C. Norman

The continued expansion of technology in conjunction with law and policy has enabled levels of access to entertainment not known by persons with sensory-based disabilities of yesteryear. (Sensory disabilities consist of blindness, deafness or both.) Since January, Title III of ...

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Summer Is Coming

Jack LB Gohn

Staggering heat in the Northwest. Biblical deluges in Houston. Islands wiped out in the Caribbean. These are but tiny recent pieces of a discouraging and familiar story. Our coral reefs are disappearing: 90 percent of them are expected to die ...

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