Just How Creative Should You Be in Your Written Orders?

Every once in a while judges issue orders that are quite creative. Those orders are usually radically different. For many judges, they acknowledge or are even envious about the creativity of those orders, but their tone makes them uncomfortable. Snarky orders don’t engender trust even if they do get widely circulated. At the same time boring orders don’t get circulated and may not get read very carefully.

So with those thoughts, if you have not seen this order it clearly is in the creative category:  US v. Bishop

 

 

 

 

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