The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)
MEDICAL EXAMINERS; DISPOSITION OF DEAD BODIES
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406.12 Duty to report; prohibited acts.—It is the duty of any person in the district where a death occurs, including all...
Its happened to me in church! My brother was the tooter. And you know, the more you try to not laugh, the funnier it gets!!!! When my stiffled giggle turned into a snort, he started to laugh. We finally snuck out under the glare of our mother's eye!:floorlaugh:
quoting AZlawyer, "The perjury doesn't justify the new evidence--the fact that CA said new and unexpected things justifies the new evidence.
The consequences could be serious for a lawyer suborning perjury--he could even lose his license--but we have no reason to think Mr. Lippman did...
JB objected to a lot of evidence today, I believe, in part, to establish grounds for appeal. Since CA did perjure herself as shown by today's testimony, doesn't the successful perjury justify the state bringing the evidence in? Also, what are the consequences if it is determined that a lawyer...
Do any of the lawyers on this site know if the FL bar would be watching this case on tv? Would they sanction a lawyer on their own or would a lawyer have to be turned in by a judge, another lawyer or whomever? Do you think they may have heard that the judge might contact them about JB? Thanks...
I'm not sure if this has been answered yet but the book is fiction, about kids locked away in the attic. The two oldest enter into an consensual incestious relationship. If memory serves correct. I sure hope the book is not a reflection of current society.
As a juror, if this were brought to my attention, I would be suspicious of TH being on speed dial, almost as if the dt knew ahead of time that when the body was found the condition would be such that TH would be needed for the defense. Are closing arguments limited to evidence presented? TIA