Also in the ABA Journal online today is another article about Judge Kozinski's movie night: Judge's movie night brings the court and the public closer together. The next KFF movie night is Monday, August 3, for a showing of the 'riveting documentary,'Tim's Vermeer (narrated by Penn Jillette and directed by Teller!). Special guest will be Tim Jenison himself!
- In other news, the MetNews offers Court of Appeal Looks Favorably on Judge Ryan’s Rulings: Jurist Is Affirmed Six Times in Two Days
- Here's a line (from page 1 of this unpub) you don't see everyday: "Obviously, we reverse. The trial court lacks jurisdiction to modify a judgment we affirmed."
- And, re appellate sanctions, this unpub is interesting: "Gary’s appeal clearly lacks merit. Were he an attorney, we might be more inclined to award sanctions. But although he was represented by counsel in the trial court, Gary appears in propria persona in this court. “We do not believe it is appropriate to hold a propria persona appellant to the standard of what a ‘reasonably attorney’ should know is frivolous unless and until that appellant becomes a persistent litigant.” (Kabbe v. Miller (1990) 226 Cal.App.3d 93, 98.)"