'My Assassination': The New York Times examines the evidence the authorities have collected against the alleged Arizona gunman who killed Chief Judge John Roll of Tucson and five others. The accused shooter, Jared Lee Loughner, who investigators say is refusing to cooperate, is due in federal district court today to face charges that include murder and attempted assassination. The BLT reports on Roll's career as an advocate for the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, where Roll had served since 1991. The Washington Post has this update on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who remains in critical condition. More on Loughner here at The Wall Street Journal.
Delay's Punishment: The punishment phase of a six-year state legal proceeding in Texas is set to begin against former House majority leader Tom DeLay, The Washington Post reports. A jury found DeLay guilty in November on charges of money laundering and conspiracy for funneling corporate contributions to state candidates.
A Losing Game?: The New York Times takes up this question: Is law school a losing game? The Times reports law schools have concluded life for recent grads is "getting sweeter."
The Wire: Federal prosecutors did not commit misconduct by having an informant wear a wire to obtain incriminating audio as evidence, a federal appeals court says. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld the conviction of former Orange County, Calif., Sheriff Mike Carona. The cooperating witness contacted Corona while he was represented by an attorney.
Toyota Arbitration: Corporate Counsel examines the arbitration involving former Toyota in-house lawyer Dimitrios Biller.
DADT Appeal: Even though Congress has repealed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the court battles are not over, The Recorder reports.