Loose Ends, 1-13-09

Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom:

Amy Winehouse’s husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, will be seeking a divorce based on the British singer-songwriter’s alleged infidelity.  Fielder-Civil will reportedly go after Winehouse’s $15 million fortune.  Which reminds me:  How in the hell is a 25-year-old major drug abuser with one hit song sitting on $15 million dollars?  [New York Daily News]

Madoff’s bail was not revoked, so he’s home free.  Until someone kills him[]

Anyone from any imaginable President-elect alma mater will be in Washington to see Obama’s inauguration.  “More than 1,000 Harvard Law School grads have paid $100 per ticket to attend a Sunday, Jan. 18 brunch at the historic Willard Intercontinental Hotel.” []

An SI legal assessment of a grand jury’s investigation into whether Roger Clemens committed perjury and obstruction of justice: He’s fucked.  [Sports Illustrated]

Hilary Duff will star in Barely Legal.  (Not that kind of project, bonehead.) She’ll be 18 with life to go as California’s youngest attorney to pass the bar.  And from the sound of that one-liner, her career might be better off if it actually were that other kind of project.  []

Once.  Twice.  Three times a Supreme Court Justice.  So help him God.  []