Sorry, all, for my recent lapse in posting. The good news is that I've signed another contract with Prometheus Books, the publisher of my first book with Amy Kushner, But They Didn't Read Me My Rights! Myths, Oddities, and Lies About our Legal System. This time, I'll be publishing a book about the Avery and Dassey convictions featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer. The book will dive into Wisconsin's irrational criminal law and procedure in much more detail than the filmmakers were able to do. The book is finished -- thus explaining my lapse in posts -- but I'm in the process of editing it before turning it over to Prometheus; therefore, it will be a while before I get back to posting. But in the meantime, check out my bar-bashing Wisconsin Law Journal article that explains the ridiculousness of our state bar's continued opposition to our ethics rule 1.9 petition. Also, read Attorney Rob Henak's latest response to the bar as well. Our original petition and brief, and all subsequent filings, can be found at the petition's homepage. And finally, congrats to the Irreverent Lawyer for his amazing efforts battling the Arizona Bar. Arizona, like Wisconsin, has a mandatory bar. Last year, the Irreverent One's bill to dismantle the bar fell one vote short in the house. This year, he passed the house and cleared all committee hurdles in both houses, falling only five votes shy in the state senate. Thanks to the Irreverent Lawyer, the Arizona Bar is scrambling for its life and could be a thing of the past in the next couple of years -- something the Wisconsin Bar should keep in mind as it continues to try and suppress its memberships' basic free speech rights.