Tag Archives: Genesis 18

A Trial Court Judge On The Ins And Outs Of Judging

If you were in my courtroom and a person there was charged with driving a stolen car, you might hear evidence like this: An officer pulled a car over for a burned out tail light. Upon contacting the driver, the … Continue reading

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Unplanned Pregnancies

[From the archives.] **** Imagine giving birth. (For you mothers it’s not much of a stretch, and for the rest of us we’ll just do the best we can.) Now imagine giving birth without knowing you were even pregnant. “But … Continue reading

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When The Judge Gets Cross-Examined!

[Jeannie Prinsen grilled me about faith and being a judge and justice and law and … well, here’s a sample. You can read the whole thing over at her place.] – How would you define justice in legal terms and … Continue reading

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Rush to Judgment

[This is a piece I first wrote as a guest post for Rachel Stone last May. She and I were talking about courtroom processes, and one thing led to another until I got this down in writing and then (since … Continue reading

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Unplanned Pregnancies

Imagine giving birth. (For you mothers it’s not much of a stretch, and for the rest of us we’ll just do the best we can.) Now imagine giving birth without knowing you were even pregnant. “But how can this happen?” … Continue reading

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