Constance Baker Motley (1921-2005) -Wrote the original complaint for Brown v. Board of Education -The first African-American woman to argue a case before the US Supreme Court -The first African-American woman elected to the NY State Senate -The first female Manhattan Borough President -The first female African-American district court judge
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A native of Arcadia, Louisiana, James Cobb attended Straight University and Fisk University and studied law at Howard University. He was admitted to the bar in 1902 and began working for Howard University in 1917. Cobb was a member of the Washington Bar Association for black lawyers and a special assistant to the attorney general. In 1925 President Coolidge appointed him a municipal court judge; he was the only African American on the municipal bench.
Judge Kurt Eisgruber, Asshole of the Day for May 23, 2014 What’s the acceptable punishment for drugging someone and raping them while they’re unconscious? What if they did it more than once? Well, in this case in Indiana, it’s even worse than that:her husband, David Wise,had been drugging her for at least three years and raping her in her sleep — and that she had found video clips on his phone.