From the New York Law Journal, via, comes Written on the Wind, an article urging caution when citing to the Internet in legal documents. The article is written by Ken Strutin, an attorney and the director of legal information services for the New York State Defenders Association in Albany. “The Internet is the proverbial river that you can never step in twice,” Strutin writes. “Its fluid nature makes it frustrating when a cited source is no longer available.”

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