Imagine spending a quarter of one’s life in prison for a crime one didn’t commit. This is what happened to Michael Morton back on February 17, 1987, when he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife even though there wasn’t real evidence linking him to the murder. There was no scientific evidence, no eyewitness, no murder weapon, or a believable motive. He was their only suspect, and the only thing they had on him that made him look guilty was the statement of the medical examiner Dr. Roberto Bayardo who placed Christine Morton’s time of death at 1:15 AM that morning before Michael left for work. The medical testimony had convinced the jurors that the wife had died while Michael was still in the house. Christine died of eight
There is indeed a crisis to a certain extent in the use of forensic science in the prosecution of individuals in criminal cases; this is because some judges and juries over value the objectivity of forensics, without evaluating the timeline and crime scene as a whole. This was particularly evident in the 1995 case of Mallard. In this case Andrew Mallard was convicted for the 1994 murder of Mrs Laurence, a jewellery shop owner in Perth. Mallard is now considered innocent of the murder; however this innocence was only obtained through two appeals. In the second appeal of Mallards, forensic evidence was put forward, but it is alleged that it had not been properly disclosed to the legal team of Mr Mallard when the trial commenced. Thus one of the
1. What are David’s greatest strengths as a team leader? Greatest developmental needs? How did these strengths and weaknesses affect David’s ability to build a successful team the first time around?
Mark McNeil went to college at the University of Houston to run track, and being named an All American Track and Field athlete. After finishing college McNeil went on to pursue a football career for the Miami Dolphins getting hurt and having to quit the game. Which led to him into the path of being a sports agent, in which was not easy at first according to him.
The court decided to overthrow the defendant Mark Steverson's motion to quash stating that California is allowed to have personal authority over this case since an out-of-state law firm who hired an attorney licensed only in the State of California worked for its citizens under its government and jurisdiction. The defendant was unsuccessful in proving any compulsory action that would overthrow the power of personal jurisdiction for California and instead ruled in favor for Shawn Simons.
Marc Truedson: I’m pleased to announce Marc has accepted a fulltime position with an anticipated start date of 11/14. FF. Truedson will be working a Tuesday thru Friday training shift.
Mr. Cinton is a twenty-three-year old, Hispanic of Puerto Rican descent male. He was referred to the Evolutions Treatment facility for his Substance abuse usage. Mr. Cintron reported his struggle with substance abuse has impacted his daily functioning. The purpose of the current evaluation is to (1) assess present level of functioning, and (2) identify relevant treatment and service needs.
1. Type of Homicide On 21 October 2013 Simon Gittany stood charged with the murder of Lisa Harnum. It was alleged that on the morning of Saturday 30 July Mr Gittany deliberately threw Ms Harnum off the 15th floor balcony of the apartment they shared (R v Gittany, 2013).
Martin, a behavior analyst, is working with Sara, a 14-year-old girl with severe developmental delays who exhibits self-injurious behavior (SIB). The self-injurious behaviors included pulling her hair, biting her arm and banging her head against the wall. After conducting a functional analysis, Martin decided to employ an intervention program consisting of differential reinforcement of other (DRO) desired behavior. Martin collected data on Sara's SIB before and during the intervention. Below is a depiction of the data that Martin collected:
/02/16 M. Bromfield contacted L. Freeman via email regarding upcoming court in which Georga was required to attend. Molly stated that she would like for Georga to be brought to Salem, to DSS so that everyone could walk down together for the court hearing at 3pm. She also wanted to meet prior and discuss court. Molly also stressed to have Georga dressed appropriately to court with no jeans, flip flops and no gum. L. Freeman then relayed this information to the Clines.
Tim Morgan hit Michael Kramer with a foam hand after a verbal argument at a Patriots/Steelers professional football game in Foxborough, MA. The actions of Mr. Morgan caused Mr. Kramer to fall down the bleachers and sustain injuries. Mr. Morgan is facing charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Countless of different patients come to seek healthcare and advice for a variety of reasons including certain signs and symptoms they feel that their health is threatened by. It is a crucial skill that health practitioners have a working knowledge of different pathologies patients can present with to direct the patient appropriately towards the correct diagnosis and thus, prescribe the most effective treatment in return. Mr Smith is a 63-year-old male suffering from hypertension and diabetes for the last 20 years. He irregularly monitors blood pressure and blood glucose levels as well as inconsistently uses Minidiab and Tritace for treatment. He presents with shortness of breath worsening over the past five weeks as well as other multiple symptomologies. Throughout this case study, we will examine the pathophysiology of Mr Smith’s health concerns, clarify and interpret the physical examination outcomes and laboratory tests. Through the exams, we will then propose a number of possible and justified diagnoses and after that lead to further diagnostic tests suggested as a result of these interpretations.
Have you ever had a colonoscopy or endoscopy – where they take a camera and look through your mouth down into your stomach; or a camera that goes in your rectum that looks through your bowel and intestines?
NOEL LEEMING is the fore runner in consumer electronics and appliances retail in New Zealand. There are about 90 stores all over New Zealand. The company has different kinds of business under their hat like B2C and B2B. They have a wide range of products with well-known brands and offer a best price, which attracts the customer and this is the reason they keep going back to them. They have over 100 years’ experience in retail and have created a value for the brand NL. Now the Warehouse group has acquired the Noel Leeming Group, which has now made the the largest retail group in the country. They are well known for their after service and open learning, which is now their USP. Noel Leeming also made their mark