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A TOUGH GO FOR AMERICAN CONSCIENCES

It was pointed out to me that there’s a lot we don’t know about the people who came before us.

How — why — they dressed and spoke and related to each other as people in their society. 976 more words

Personal

White man's burden

Ex All Black, Charles Piutau wants to play for Tonga in the next rugby World Cup.

After the significant effect Mate Ma’a Tonga had on this 2017  173 more words

Police corroboration key in finding probable cause for search warrant affidavit

Applying State v. Tuttle, 515 S.W.3d 282 (Tenn. 2017), the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals recently reversed a trial court’s suppression of evidence because the trial court improperly found that the affidavit in support of the search warrant was defective and failed to give rise to probable cause. 650 more words

Criminal Law

The Hidden Emotions of The Man

What is the idle vision of a man?  Is it strong, in control, independent, wealthy or all the above?  If you guessed all the above then you have the correct answer.  271 more words

Newly published: Neurochemical levels in the visual brain of older adults

Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that are abundant in our brains and are responsible for communicating information throughout the nervous system. One key neurotransmitter, called gamma aminobutyric acid (or GABA), is critical for normal function of our visual system. 247 more words

Publications

Police dispatcher did not act as a government agent when he prank searched a fellow dispatcher's phone and found child pornography

In a recent Bedford County case, the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals determined that a prank search by a sheriff’s department employee did not violate the defendant’s constitutional right to be free from illegal searches and seizures.   212 more words

Criminal Law