RSSAll Entries Tagged With: "legal fiction"

Dikē: Murder Will Out

Dikē: Murder Will Out

The Greeks called her “Dikē.” The Romans, “Justitia.” From his classics education, Judge Carlton knew this goddess of justice uncovered concealed wrongdoing, brought to light dark dealings, and often dispensed justice in unexpected ways so that unforgivable acts received due recompense.

Convergence

Convergence

In prior accounts, Judge Carlton encountered Three Strikes, recidivism, contentious civil trials, the death penalty, and legal ethics. Now he confronts a juvenile law case without any winners in another attempt to educate about the judicial system. In Department 47 Judge Raymond Carlton looked at the sentencing report, reflected over his trial notes, and realized […]