Monthly Archives: March 2011

Thanks for Muddying the Cloudy Waters

In March of this year, in a blow to common sense and an ode to splitting hairs, the Florida Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case of Pantoja v. State, (Florida Supreme Court No. SC08-1879 March 3, 2011). In … Continue reading

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Threatening the Balance — and the Fabric of our System

It should come as no surprise that I believe that government is, by its very nature, tyrannical and that the fact that those in power happen to be popularly elected presents little safeguard from government’s tyrannical tendencies. So if having … Continue reading

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When a Guarantee No Longer Is . . .

To really appreciate the measure of intellectual dishonesty employed by the United States Supreme Court in its February 12, 2011 opinion, Michigan v. Bryant, 562 U.S. ____ (2011), one need not take my word for it; all that is needed … Continue reading

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Is it Really Protected? A Warning to Lawyers Hiring Experts

Lawyers often hire other professionals – CPAs, psychologists, trial consultants, to name a few – expecting that notes and other records generated by those professional are protected, but this is not necessarily true.  The Ninth Circuit recently found that the … Continue reading

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