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September 2015 Archives

The waiting is the hardest part

I write this from my office while two blocks away, a jury is deliberating the fate of my client. This is the hardest part of trial work. But I am secure in the knowledge that I did everything in my power to make sure my client had a fair trial.

A time to remember

September 11 will probably be a day that is marked every year in America forever. But it always makes me think of April 19, 1995. On that day, Timothy McVeigh parked a van in front of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City and walked away. The van exploded, killing 168 people. It damaged bulidings in a 16-block radius. And it happened in my hometown. I was born in Oklahoma City. My parents grew up in a small town  35 miles east of Oklahoma City. I graduated from high school 20 miles south of Oklahoma City. My daughter graduated from college in Oklahoma. My family knew people who perished in that attack. Unlike September 11, the OKC bombing hit my home.

Making a difference

The Supreme Court makes decisions every year that affect people's lives. Sometimes we don't even realize the affects because they are subtle, but important. This year, with decisions on major issues, including marriage equality, the affects are obvious, profound, and controversial.