Detours and Frolics: Week of 8/29

For your reading pleasure, some of last week’s legal news and miscellany:

  • At the International Criminal Court, an extremist plead guilty to destroying ancient shrines in Timbuktu (NY Times)
  • A federal judge had no problem tossing a case in which the plaintiff argued that Starbucks puts too much ice in its iced coffee (WSJ Law Blog)
  • France’s top court overturned the burkini ban (Washington Post)
  • Brazilian authorities have charged Ryan Lochte with filing a false police report (NPR News)
  • Ramen is the new cigarettes of prison currency (ABA Journal)
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