Monthly Archives: August 2015

South Carolina Supreme Court rules Todd Kincannon mentally unstable

SPOILER ALERT:  Todd Kincannon, the former head of the South Carolina Republican Party, is resting comfortably in a mental health facility. But the real question is why did it take the South Carolina Supreme Court so long to make the … Continue reading

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An open letter to Judge Charles Tinlin: Please stop getting women killed.

The below letter to Judge Charles Tinlin,  is posted on the home page of familylawcourts.com  – on the occasion of the totally preventable murders of Amanda Cloaniger and Lindy Dobbins by Johns County Judge of the Seventh Judicial Court District, … Continue reading

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Murder, Media, and stock values, on the killing of Alison Parker, Adam Ward

When media, murder, and publicly held companies converge for good.  Or not.  A story in four parts. First:  There haven’t been enough accolades for Adam Ward.  Adam’s camera expertise and more so, his profound passion for life allowed him to … Continue reading

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Senator Marty Block on SB 213 – Reducing number of Peremptory Challenges in Criminal, Misdemeanor Trials

The title of this interview could easily be:  “When smart people disagree.”  A quick introduction of Senator Marty Block is below.  (You can tweet to Senator Block, here.)  Senator Block’s Facebook page is here.  The following interview features California Senator … Continue reading

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The latest on Kelly Rutherford’s disappearing custody case, and some mighty poor reportng

Journalism 101: Who, what, when, where, how and, why. Often, it’s the “whys” that convinces juries.   Medill might be the only journalism school in the country that requires journalism students to attend two years of law school, in order … Continue reading

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How WEBMD & Vitals deals with Doctors like Dr William T. Clusin; who infect women with herpes

The below photograph is of physician, Dr. William T. Clusin.  A California Appeals court recently ordered Dr. Clusin to pay almost a million dollars for knowingly infecting his wife of four months with genital herpes.  (See prior post.) Turns out, … Continue reading

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