That’s right, this is post number 99 on NWSidebar! For those keeping track, NWSidebar has been viewed over 27,000 times, been live for 114 days, and has over 40 contributors.
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Yes, the title of this post is a shameless play on Jay-Z’s “99 Problems,” For a worth-reading legal analysis of that song, check out Caleb Mason’s Jay-Z’s 99 Problems, Verse 2: A Close Reading with Fourth Amendment Guidance for Cops and Perps.