RECENT ARTICLES WHICH REFERENCE JUDGE JOLLY, FIFTH CIRCUIT
Fifth Circuit and Junk Science: Tasing Olivas Was to “Prevent Olivas from Lighting Himself on Fire”
In a series of immunity cases – qualified, judicial and attorney immunity appeals which should have been rejected, the Fifth Circuit affirms. It’s further indication that congress needs to intervene and do so quickly.
It Was 1992. Judge Jerry Smith Authored for the 3-Panel Affirming Criminal Sentence of Federal Judge Robert F. Collins of Louisiana
Defendants Robert F. Collins, a United States District Judge of the Eastern District of Louisiana, and John H. Ross, Collins’s longtime friend, challenge their convictions for bribery, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice.
A Litigant Has A Right To Fairness in Every Proceeding, Including an Impartial Judge Sayeth Fifth Circuit Judge Cory Wilson
It’s refreshing. It’s candid. It’s a 3-panel led by a new circuit judge by the name of Judge Cory Wilson. Together with Judges Southwick and Jolly, these unanimous published decision(s) earn respect and a hat tip from LIT.
Fifth Circuit Return to Post 2008 Financial Crisis Writings Again in this Foreclosure Case
Remember, not a single loss at all in 13 plus years in Banks v. Homeowners. Quite remarkable considering the billions of fines for predatory lending. These fines are still being levied against banks and nonbanks.