Apart from the sensationally misleading but technically accurate title to this article, the rest is straight and not intended to be sarcastic.
Certainly readers here have seen criticism from the bully pulpit of the Obama Conspiracy Theories blog of the filings in the Kerchner v Obama lawsuit, filings submitted under the signature of Mario Apuzzo, Esq. You have also seen criticism of articles on his blog, and of comments he made here.
Readers will also have seen criticism of Mr. Apuzzo personally, although I hope not by me. Comments have been made against his law practice (DWI lawyer) and his career in general (mediocre). I don’t hold with such ad hominem attacks both because they include biased reporting lacking proper citation, and further because they are irrelevant to the conspiracy theories which are the subject matter of this blog.
This brings me to the subject of this article, Mr. Apuzzo’s win. I have no idea how many if any DWI cases Apuzzo has defended, but he has also represented plaintiffs in immigration cases, one of which was the case of Guedes-Munoz v Atty Gen USA that was heard by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. I can’t judge the complexity of the case, or the brilliance of Apuzzo’s filings, but it looks like he won.