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Legal challenges to solitary-confinement policies are working their way through the federal courts to the U.S. Supreme Court faster than one justice in particular may have anticipated.
Curtis Child, a former executive with the California Administrative Office of the Courts, has miffed some judges around the state after sending a widespread email touting the virtues of his new employer, CourtCall LLC.
Perhaps it's too soon to eulogize the concept of the coveted corner office.
After absorbing defeat in the U.S. Supreme Court lethal-injection case Glossip v. Gross in June, lawyers for three Oklahoma death-row inmates decided to take advantage of what they saw as the decision's silver lining.