Opening Statement: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury. Today we have a very serious charge before you. We have Dr Richard Kimball, who is before you on the charges of first-degree murder. However, he is not guilty based on our success to provide reasonable doubt that Kimball planned and deliberately kill his wife or that he was provoked into killing his wife in the heat of passion.
Dr. Haughey was interviewed January 27, 2017 at the law offices of Dobson, Goldberg, Berns & Rich, LLP located at 5017 Washington Place, in St. Louis, MO. Present and representing Dr. Haughey was Jerome Dobson.
Dr. Henry Morgentaler and two other doctors set up a private clinic in Toronto to perform abortions on women. According to the law at that time women were required to obtain a certificate from a therapeutic abortion committee that would Asses whether they qualified for an abortion. Morgentaler and his colleagues made public statements question the wisdom of these abortion laws in Canada. They believed that women should have the sole decision on having abortion. The three appellants where charged on the grounds of conspiracy amongst each other between November 1982 and July 1983 with the intent to perform an abortion on women contrary to s.423 (1) (d) and s.251 (1) of the criminal code . This was an appeal from the court of appeal for Ontario.
Gonzales was first employed by the Plaintiff in this case on December 2, 2014. He met with the Plaintiff on January 12, 2015. He discussed with the Plaintiff her prior medical history and performed a physical examination. He then reviewed the Plaintiff’s medical records.
The third key piece of evidence in the crown’s case was Gary Anderson’s testimony. Anderson’s testimony proved that the murder of JoAnn was not only at the hand of Colin Thatcher but that it was premeditated. Gary Anderson testified he had met Thatcher in the fall of 1980 and Thatcher had asked him if he was interested in killing JoAnn Wilson for a fee of $50,000. Anderson stated he knew another person named Charlie Wilde who might be interested. Wilde suggested a third person, Cody Crutcher, who would be willing to take on the job. Anderson stated that Thatcher gave him $15,000 to pass on to Crutcher, and that Anderson paid some $14,500 to Crutcher, together with a picture of JoAnn Wilson and a set of her car keys. Nothing came of this and
On 8/3/15 worker spoke with Ms. Lisa Welch, SW at the VA, for the purpose of gathering information on Mr. James Kimbrell's current situation. Ms. Welch stated the VA had been involved with Mr. Welch for some time. During their involvement, Ms. Stacy Grey, primary caregiver and rents a trailer from Mr. Kimbrell. She refuses to pay rent but transports him to doctor appointments and grocery shopping. However, she charges him money for transportation. and when he buys groceries, she puts personal belongings into the buggy. Mr. Kimbrell is blind and is not aware of what he purchases until he gets home and she starts taking groceries just purchased out of the home.
In Taney’s opinion on the Scott vs. Sanford case, he reasons why the court’s decision to refuse Dred Scott’s citizenship was the right one. Taney pulls from multiple sources, such as the declaration of independence, the constitution, and congress to void Dred Scott’s case. With a stoic tone, Taney meticulously tears Scott’s claim to shreds. Taney does not believe that Dred Scott is entitled to citizenship. In his written opinion, he conveys this in the most professional way possible.
Nova Scotia politician Steve Sampson, a member of Richmond County council says that he has been blackmailed over a mail escort. Sampson says that he recently received an anonymous letter that shows a call from his hotel room to a male escort agency. In the letter, the blackmailer had written that they will release a copy of a hotel bill from February 2014, unless Sampson resigns from his position and promises not to run for office again. Sampson had later confirmed that the bill included a phone call to a male escort service, incurred while he was on county business in Seattle, Washington. Sampson said that he trusted local residents to weigh the motives of the blackmailer against his conduct during twenty-five years as a councilor. He said
On March 1, 2016 at approximately 09:30 AM, Jacklyn Thomas was at the Muskogee County District Court House in reference to a review hearing. Investigator Joe Poffel knew Ms. Thomas had two felony warrants out for her arrest through Muskogee County. Ms. Thomas was placed into custody after her court hearing without further incident, and was transported to the Muskogee Police Department to subsequently be interview on an additional case involving Ms. Thomas' children. After the interview, Ms. Thomas was taken to the Muskogee County Jail.
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Mr. Bates cooperation assisted the government to successfully prosecute co-defendant Jonathan Coleman. Mr. Coleman originally pled not guilty and his case set for jury trial on March 23, 2015. On March 11, 2015, the government sought a superseding indictment adding Mr. Bates as leverage to induced Mr. Coleman to enter into a guilty plea.
This a brief summary of the case we talked few minutes ago. On 09/15/16, there is a Screening Report stating that Ms Rikki Miller (AKA: Bennett) called the GPPD asking to take her child, Keaton to the hospital because he was having bad behavior and she also asked to have
Patient is a 35 year old male presenting to the ED involuntarily as petitioned by his cousin due to threatening to shoot himself with a gun. At the time of assessment, patient denies feeling suicidal or having a plan. When confronted about admitting being suicidal and having a plan to nursing staff and TACT, Mr. Crowson stated "He is here because he is going through withdrawals and his mother is lying." The Mr. Crowson reports in the past year he has lost his father. Mr. Crowson reported wanting to receive Methadone from hospital to help with withdrawal symptoms. He expressed feeling body aches, stomach cramps, chills, irritability, angry, and verbally aggressive behavior. Patient refuses to finish full assessment.
An attending physician statement completed by Dr. Peter Chweyah (Internal Medicine), dated 06/16/2016, indicated that the claimant presented with complaints of lower extremity weakness, neuropathy, weight loss, acute renal failure, and gout, as well as anemia. Objective findings showed an extreme weakness of the legs and pain in the feet. He also had diabetes mellitus type 2, chronic kidney disease, and hypertension. It was noted that the claimant was totally disabled from 05/30/2017 through 06/15/2017 and 05/23/2017 - 05/26/2017 secondary to gout.
I feel that Dr. P has a case in this situation. I feel he has the ability to sue for compensatory damages. I would argue that Dr. P is a public figure. As you said he is the foremost academic on exposure to violence and the human psyche. Since he is a public figure and his work is important to public interest. Because of this we have to prove malice. In this case we also have to determine how defamation of DR. P is present. We have to answer how his reputation is being harmed, how his standing in the community is being harmed.