Richard Posner retiring from appeals court bench in Chicago - USA TODAY

Richard Posner retiring from appeals court bench in Chicago - USA TODAY

Federal Judge Richard Posner A Leading Legal Voice Retiring From Bench - NPR

Federal Judge Richard Posner A Leading Legal Voice Retiring From Bench - NPR

I plead guilty to having written the majority opinion (affirmed by the Supreme Court) upholding Indiana’s requirement that prospective voters prove their identity with a photo ID—a law now widely regarded as a means of voter suppression rather than fraud prevention--Judge Richard Posner

Respected federal judge Richard A. Posner called for the elimination of criminal laws against marijuana in a September 6 lecture at Elmhurst College in

Richard Posner (Hardcover) (William Domnarski)

Richard Posner (Hardcover) (William Domnarski)

Richard Posner announces sudden retirement from federal appeals court in Chicago http://ift.tt/2ewEdBo

Richard Posner announces sudden retirement from federal appeals court in Chicago

FOX NEWS: Judge Richard Posner leaves the bench: One of our most important judges and legal scholars has just retired

Judge Richard Posner leaves the bench: One of our most important judges and legal scholars has just retired

GOP voter ID law gets crushed: Why Conservative Judge Richard Posner’s new opinion is so amazing.

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years.  In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years. In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

Judge Richard Posner: ‘No value’ in studying the U.S. Constitution: Judge Richard Posner: ‘No value’ in studying the U...

Judge Richard Posner: ‘No value’ in studying the U. Constitution: Judge Richard Posner: ‘No value’ in studying the U.

Richard Posner

Federal Judge Envisions ‘Rape License’ for ‘Right to Rape’ By Matt Barber / 15 September 2014

Richard Posner, Leader of a Legal Revolution - Bloomberg

Richard Posner, Leader of a Legal Revolution

Richard Posner, Leader of a Legal Revolution - Bloomberg

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years.  In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years. In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years.  In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years. In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years.  In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years. In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years.  In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

A federal judge has broken a long-established code of silence among judges and court workers, and confessed what self-represented court users in California have asserted for years. In multiple interviews, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner disclosed that most judges regard self-represented litigants as "kind of trash not worth the time."

The judicial philosophy of Richard Posner

The judicial philosophy of Richard Posner

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