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This is a reblogging of a post from last week by Alan Taylor…well worth a read.
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I’ve been following the McAfee madness for quite sometime now. Both good and bad experiences making contributions to his Facebook page have been had.
David has a knack for oversimplifying an issue by generalizing it according to some presupposed principle that would likely not hold for all cases in question. 411 more words
Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Differential Diagnosis of Justice, by Ken Strutin, LLRX.com
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When King Solomon resolved history’s best-known custody dispute, he implicitly divined that the death of the absent child was due to accidental infanticide, not intentional homicide.
It may not be favored by courts or be the parties’ preference, but there’s a place for evidence to be admitted for a limited purpose. It can be seen as either a creative solution to an evidence admissibility problem or a way around the rules, depending on your perspective. 376 more words