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Quote of the Day - I don't want it to be that my kid is the only one who doesn't have a scooter, and every other kid is zooming by on the street. - Jeff Proznik
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Lawyer to Lawyer Internet Radio Goes to Scooter's Court

The First Amendment and freedom of the press are front and center in the "Scooter" Libby Trial.  On this week's Lawyer2Lawyer, we take a look at all the issues and discuss shield laws as well as bloggers in the courtroom.

Join me and my fellow co-host, attorney and Law.com legal blogger Bob Ambrogi as Lawyer2Lawyer discusses the twists and turns with special guests, Ed Carter, Assistant Professor of Communications at Brigham Young University and Mark Obbie, Director of the Carnegie Legal Reporting Program at the Newhouse School, to get inside this action-packed trial.

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