What to Expect in the End Times

May 11, 2020 § 3 Comments

As this blog wanes toward its conclusion, here are a few points …

  • I will see that the blog continues to be accessible so that you can access its content all the way back to 2010, when it started.
  • The only change will be that there will be no new posts after June 15, 2020.
  • That means that if you copy some authority to use in a pleading, motion, or brief, be doubly sure that you research to determine whether it is still good authority or whether changes in the law have affected it.
  • In the meantime, I’ll continue posting as I have.

§ 3 Responses to What to Expect in the End Times

  • Kathryn Hester says:

    Judge, since you have been the go-to for so many people, is there a chance this might be a break rather than a good-bye? Thank you for sharing such important information and assessments.

  • Paul Snow says:

    I have enjoyed your posts over the years. Thank you for taking the time to do it.
    Paul

  • Sharon D. Gipson says:

    Good morning Chancellor. I appreciate your service and you sharing your wisdom and such vital information. And your checklists … I never leave home without them … 🙂

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