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The Sixth Amendment’s Confrontation Clause

In our second video, we square off with the Sixth Amendment’s Confrontation Clause. It’s one of our most important, but misunderstood constitutional rights. When someone accuses you of wrongdoing, your right to confront them may be the only way to clear your name. keep reading »

Voting in the dark

Transparency enables us to know what we are voting for.  However: 
“One person one vote” — not true…if you don’t know what your voting for; “You vote your conscience” — not true…if you don’t know what your voting for; “You verdict is justice” — not true…if you don’t know what your voting for.
We have important decisions to make.  All
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The Scottsdale Crime Lab, Isaac Asimov & The Arizona Supreme Court

The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not “Eureka” but “That’s funny…” ~Isaac Asimov (1920–1992) Over 3 years ago, myself and few other attorneys stumbled upon something that we could not explain. It was a printout of from a machine called a gas chromatograph. Gas chromatograph’s are commonly used in DUI cases… keep reading »