Good day, eh? And welcome to blog post #400. Thank you for your continuing interest in these various blog posts. I do try to make them interesting with my hopefully colorful analysis of what might otherwise be very dry and eye-glazing decisions. I truly do enjoy reading these often quite interesting decisions handed down (usually) every Thursday from the Third Department.
Obviously, I'm slightly more than a year behind now, but I hope to be able to start catching up soon, especially since there are many weeks in which only a handful of decisions are issued. Still, at some point, I will have to get back to posting twice or more per day if I hope to catch up soon.
Lastly, while I have actually had more people than I would've thought contact me with regard to not having a comments section, I do entertain private emails. I cannot have a comments section on this blog for what should be an obvious reason: I must at all times endeavor to uphold a high standard of ethics with respect to the legal profession.
Basically, I simply do not have the time to police a comments section for the inevitable troll or potty mouth or ad hominem attack upon an attorney, court or judge. So, enjoy. And, if you have any questions, you can always contact me via email. I usually try to reply within 24 hours.
Again, thanks for reading.
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