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The Daily Memo - 7/31/07

check.jpgI’m shocked — shocked, I say — that QuizLaw wasn’t cited in any court opinions last year! (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgMore shock - “increasing number of Americans view Supreme Court as ‘too conservative.’” (Think Progress)

check.jpgCalifornia’s Supremes have ruled that cities can’t seize cars from drivers busted for buying drugs or hookers, as only the state can authorize such a punishment (and there’s no such law on the Cali books … yet). (Nota Bene)

check.jpgApple’s facing its first class-action lawsuit over the iPhone, courtesy of a “typo-filled complaint” bitching about the iPhone’s battery life. (Overlawyered)

check.jpgA NJ legislator says front-side license plates are as useful as an appendix, and would like to get rid of them. (Courier Post)