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The Daily Memo - 3/28/07

check.jpgIs Monica Goodling standing on valid ground in asserting the Fifth? (Hint: the answer appears to be yes). (Is That Legal?

check.jpgIn Philly (and probably in other places), “smoke-easys” are popping up in defiance of the ban on smoking in bars. (Philly.com)

check.jpgThe biggest problem with the U.S. attorneys debacle might not be the firings themselves as much as all the current lying. (Slate)

check.jpgA former Iowa inmate is suing the state over an incident from when he was still in the clink - he fell into a gopher hole that was on the prison grounds and fractured his ankle. (The Des Moines Register)

check.jpgWesley Autrey Sr., the guy who became famous for saving a teenager from getting run over by a NYC subway, is suing his lawyer for allegedly inducing him to sign “a one-sided agreement.” (WNBC)

check.jpgTurns out you need to legally attach the gasoline to your old school bus when you’re using that bus as a giant oven for matzo. (WCBS)

check.jpg“The Florida Supreme Court disbarred an attorney who had continued to practice law while suspended for misconduct.” (Legal Profession Blog)

check.jpgThe Mass Turnpike Authority wants its Big Dig documents, part of the current wrongful death lawsuit against it, sealed. (ABC6)