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The State of the Criminal Justice World

No, I did not quit blogging.  I've just been really lazy busy lately. It has been over two months since my last blog post and much has changed since I wished all of the candidates well on Election Day. In all honesty, I kind of wanted to wait for some time to pass after the election before I wrote again.  A lot of good friends lost their benches and it really didn't feel like the right time to point out that I was pretty sure that was going to be what happened.  Couple that with being off on a couple of Cold Justice  shoots, a minor non-cancer-related-surgical-procedure-that-we-shall-never-speak-of-again, an increasingly obstinate 5-year-old, an awkward Christmas, and having to put down one of the family dogs, and I just haven't really had the time or energy to write. So, fast forward to today, and we've got some interesting things to talk about in the Criminal Justice World. 1.  The New Judges  As of this morning, I've appeared in front of five of the new