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Scottsdale DUI

Credibility On Demand

You don’t hear the term shill much anymore. It’s one of those words you only expect to hear from your grandparents. It refers to a person who publicly gives credibility to a person or organization, while not disclosing the true nature of their relationship with the person or organization for which they are shilling. While the term shill seems out… 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 »