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Messages - JonR0921
Someone on Ebay is selling a set of 12 boxes of Law In A Flash cards. When asked how old they were, he responded that he bought them in 1996. I'm going to be a 1L this Fall, and from alla coounts, the cards would be helpful to me. Should I grab these 12 boxes at the amazing price that he has set, or are they too old to be worth anything?
OMG yes! Please provide apartment info (I'm unfamiliar with the surrounding areas of Hofstra so any frame of reference (i.e. distance from campus etc. would be helpful).
Your boyfriend would object to you having a male roommate while you're in law school? I'm not even going to comment on that...it just amazes me.
I applied in October 04 and received a reply on Thursday 24 March. Call them up and ask them what the status is on your app. I called about three times in the past month before they told me they mailed a decision letter. Good luck.
Are you doing AAMPLE on-line, or on campus?
Is this another O.J. Simpson case?!!!
I just want to know how Robert Blake can be acquitted while Scott Peterson is sentenced to death (much less convicted) based wholly on circumstantial evidence.
« on: March 10, 2005, 03:07:48 PM »
The whole case could have been avoided if the Supreme Court realized that the detah penalty by definition violates the Eighth Amendment. Unfortunately, with Rehnquist and (possibly) various other justices on the way out, Bush will have the opportunity to fill the Court with conservative justices, and may perhaps appoint the worst of them all (Scalia) as Chief Justice. My point is that unfortunately, this violation of the Eighth Amendment will continue, with no end in sight.