Blog Posts in September, 2012

Costs Growing Due to Aging Inmates

In 1970, young minor league pro baseball player William "Lefty" Gilday assisted a group of students attempting to rob a bank. Unfortunately, when the police responded, officer Walter ...
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Shaken Baby "Science" Disputable

On August 20, 2022, Drayton Witt was sentenced to twenty years in prison for the death of an infant. Allegedly, he killed the baby by shaking the child, which is known as "shaken baby." ...
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Judge Should Not Invade the Province Of The Jury

As a trial lawyer, it's always interesting to see the questions the juries send to the judge and the attorneys while they are deliberating. Typically, the answer to the juries is to rely on their ...
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Olympic Gold Medal Winner Sued by Parents

Tianna Madison won a gold medal in the Olympics for her athletic abilities. However, mouth may be earning her problems. Her parents, who attended the Olympic games to watch their daughter, are ...
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CBD Reported as Safe

Current Pharmaceutical Design published an online article stating that cannabidiol is safe for humans to take orally. It is a non-psychotropic cannabis plant which is well tolerated by humans. It is ...
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