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Following the reversal, the effort to help the incarcerated file 2020 returns and get their stimulus relief will be daunting, Olson said.The IRS says it’s done sending out stimulus payments. Anyone still waiting should claim it on their 2020 tax return.|Michelle Singletary|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Olson also believed that the Gore team’s reliance on the Florida Supreme Court’s favorable decision to allow a recount to move forward was inconsistent with historical precedent.
As the nation faces the possibility of another contested Presidential election, Olson’s unique insights provide a roadmap for attorneys who might find themselves pleading the case of who should win the Presidency.
Olson saw these actions running afoul of the Constitution’s Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses.
Application of his successful courtroom strategies to 2020’s presidential contest—by either side—would further solidify Olson’s place in American electoral history.
But Moss, who prefers being called “Lizzie,” is not really Robin the detective or Peggy Olson.Is Elisabeth Moss the One 'True Detective' Loves? She Doesn't Deny It.|Melissa Leon|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
My wife (Rebecca Olson Gupta) said, ‘I get it, you need to be here.’
Boies and Olson call 17 skilled witnesses, whereas Cooper calls only two witnesses, who Boies easily tears apart.
With this powerful shared passion, Olson and Boies set out to crush the case.
Olson praises Boies as “better at cross-examination than any trial lawyer I have ever seen.”
Porter Olson lies buried at Newark, Illinois, where a fitting monument adorns his grave.
James Olson, who also went to the front, lived to return to his home after the war.
The slooper, Ole Olson Hetletvedt, had not come west with the first party.
The latter made a further purchase in 1842 in the same section, as did also Tosten Olson.
The first man who touched it—a big Swede mechanic named Olson—was knocked cold as if by a nasty jolt of electricity.Astounding Stories, March, 1931|Various