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The Daily Memo - 3/27/07

check.jpgQuizLaw Story Update - that scumbag who entered into a contract with his girlfriend, allowing him to have sex with her 15-year-old daughter, got sentenced to up to 25 years in the clink. (Newsday.com

check.jpgThe commonwealth of Massachusetts is being sued by Diebold (a manufacturer of electronic voting machines) because the state decided to purchase another company’s machines. (Boston.com)

check.jpgSadly, our law school (BU), didn’t make the cut for ATL’s Law School March Madness. (Above the Law)

check.jpgA stupid Senate aide (for Senator Jim Webb) thought it would be a good idea to bring a gun into a Senate building, and an unregistered gun at that. (MSNBC)

check.jpgBruce Lehman, the architect of the DMCA, finally admits what we all knew from day one - that the DMCA is a failure. (Likelihood of Confusion)

check.jpgCounty commissioners in a Montana county have told the voters to get bent after they approved a referendum to have marijuana crimes treated as “low-profile.” (Slashdot)

check.jpgThere’s a whole mess of legal trouble lurking below the surface with these new campaigns where companies have their consumers create ads. (Law.com)

check.jpg“A judge has ordered a man who pled guilty to vehicular homicide to display a large picture of the victim in his home after serving two years in prison…[with] lettering that says: ‘I’m sorry I killed you.’” (SeattlePI)