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O.k., sportsfans, here is this week’s round up for the blawgosphere:

The Ninth Circuit issued a controversial ruling this week holding that prisoners in the State of Washington have the right to vote . Roger Clegg offers his thoughts on the decision here .

Chief Justice Roberts, fiscal conservative .

Lawyers behaving badly .

A Georgia judge resigned from the bench ” after questions [were] raised about [certain] Facebook contacts [he engaged in].

SCOTUS Blog has a list of cert. petitions that law geeks may want to keep an eye on.

Yes, Virginia, there are law firms that ” tweet .”

According to The Hill, ” Republicans see the courts as the last line of defense vs. Democrats’ agenda .”

And to no one’s surprise, former SCOTUS clerks are faring quite well in these troubled economic times .

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