Monthly Archives: April 2012

PTSD part 2: Pandora’s box

It appears that Pandora’s box has been opened and that traumatic head injuries related to or from PTSD is not a fantasy but a biological reality called chronic traumatic encephalopathy,or C.T.E.Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. We are at the leading edge of … Continue reading

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Dershowitz Blasts Zimmerman Prosecution: ‘Not Only Immoral, But Stupid’

Alan Dershowitz of Harvard Law School adds a few comments about Florida Law that flow with the recent discoveries of sloopy evidence control proceedures noted within the Alachua County Sheriff’s office. ”…”I’ve had cases in Florida against prosecutors,” Dershowitz said, … Continue reading

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Sheriff’s Office evidence could be tainted

A couple of days ago, I did an entry on tainted evidence on the part of the FBI. There were two parts of that entry that were of great concern. The first is that so called ‘expert testimony’ was in … Continue reading

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Convicted defendants left uninformed of forensic flaws found by Justice Dept.

The opening three paragraphs in the story tell it all: ‘….Justice Department officials have known for years that flawed forensic work might have led to the convictions of potentially innocent people, but prosecutors failed to notify defendants or their attorneys … Continue reading

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The drug legalization dilemma

George Will makes several good points in his editorial today.The drug legalization dilemma   However, he also has a couple of more steps that he could have taken to make it more biting and realistic. 1.  “…Twenty percent of all American … Continue reading

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Juvenile sentencing standards still vague

You would think that once the Supreme Court found Florida was illegally sentencing juveniles to life without parole for non-murder crimes, there would be some changes. However, this is not the case. Makes you wonder just what is the function … Continue reading

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Florida gun laws

This is an article that dismisses Florida gun laws as having unintended consequences because they are poorly written. There is not a law written in the state of Florida that has unintentional consequences. Legislation in Florida is written by powerful … Continue reading

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