US law and business press ~ Scalia speech-erasing case, Lindh commutation bid, Hamdi deportation deal

In Wednesday's US law and business press, Law.com has an Associated Press report that the AP and the Hattiesburg American have agreed to end their litigation against the US Marshals Service over the erasing of a speech by US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.... Law.com also features an Associated Press story about an OH attorney sentenced to 1 1/2 years in jail for ambushing women while nude and photographing their shocked expressions.... The Recorder reports on the prospects for John Walker Lindh's receiving a sentence commutation from President Bush.... The New York Law Journal reports that prosecutors have decided not to pursue reinstatement of enterprise corruption charges against two former Tyco International Ltd. executives.... FindLaw's Writ features Columbia law professor Michael C. Dorf's column on whether former federal detainee Yaser Hamdi's deportation deal and agreement not to sue the government are binding.

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