Relying on Unreliable Facts
During law school and your first few years of practice, a few things are drilled in about motion practice. Near the top? Check your facts and check your cites. You may not always have the most persuasive argument, but you always want to have the most reliable one.
Well, even the U.S. Supreme Court makes a mistake now and again.
(New York Times, 9/1/14)
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