As the days get shorter and exams loom, let us now warm our brains at the hearth of recent legal news and miscellany:
- “Massive hack of 70 million prisoner phone calls indicates violations of attorney-client privilege” (The Intercept)
- The New York AG shut down FanDuel and DraftKings in the state (Deadspin)
- A man accused of planning the Lufthansa heist (you know, the one in Goodfellas) was acquitted (The Atlantic)
- A tribe of Santee Sioux in South Dakota burned its pot crop in fear of a federal raid (Al Jazeera)
- For all you Serial heads out there, Adnan’s case has been reopened (CNN)
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This week’s D&F covers some things that you’ve almost certainly heard about, and some things that you more than likely have not:
What a world . . .
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