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The Daily Memo - 8/14/07

check.jpg“Pro se litigant to Judge: ‘Bite me, your honor.’” (Above the Law)

check.jpgThe Queen of England is unleashing her legal hounds on the company that made the BBC trailer suggesting that she stormed out of a Annie Leibovitz photo shoot. (smh.com.au)

check.jpgSmell ya’ later, Rove! (CNN)

check.jpgTwo men enter, one man leaves … the OctagonTM! (WSJ Law Blogs)

check.jpgA $32.7 million jury verdict against the operators of a ponzi scheme has been upheld, despite the defenses’ argument that the plaintiffs didn’t disclose damaging expert evidence. (Law.com)

check.jpgTwo judges have now ruled that Virginia’s new ticketing scheme, requiring residents to pay higher fees than non-residents, is unconstitutional and violates the 14th Amendment. (HamptonRoads.com)

check.jpg…but a Virginia appellate court says the state don’t need no stinkin’ 14th Amendment. (The Washington Post)

check.jpgThe three fen-phen lawyers on trial for conspiracy to commit fraud were pretty pissed when a judge granted their request for a delay in their criminal trial only to turn around and revoke their bond, forcing them to hang out in jail until their delayed trial starts. (Kentucky.com)