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Discussion Topic  RE: What is public? (in Criminal) by Jon English
Nope. Don't see that holding up. See TPC 1.07(40). "Public place" means any place to which the pub......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Timely Disclosure of State's Witnesses (in Criminal) by Jon English
I'm here all week. Tip your waitresses! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Timely Disclosure of State's Witnesses (in Criminal) by Jon English
That was under the old statute, where a judge could order it. The language was changed last session.......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Timely Disclosure of State's Witnesses (in Criminal) by Jon English
This actually happened to me just a few weeks ago and I found nothing in case law to save me. I had ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Timely Disclosure of State's Witnesses (in Criminal) by Jon English
The 20-day rule in statute is only for expert witnesses, and your dispatcher isn't an expert, so you......
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Discussion Topic  Can't say the BAC number in opening? (in Criminal) by Jon English
There has long been a legend in our office that a prosecutor cannot tell the jury what the State exp......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Morton Act and Discovery (in Criminal) by Jon English
On the one hand, there is a process in the Morton Act by which you can redact/ withhold things you b......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Brady/Morton and Officer Termination (in Criminal) by Jon English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Brady/Morton and Officer Termination (in Criminal) by Jon English
My question is under what theory can the judge determine the witness isn't credible?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Brady, Morton, Schultz, & a deputy named in a civil suit (in Criminal) by Jon English
I think the short answer is that, yes, you need to at least have a judge do an in-camera inspection ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Morton and control of the state or any person under contract with the state" (in Criminal) by Jon English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Morton and control of the state or any person under contract with the state" (in Criminal) by Jon English
My next thought on this is that if your police agency is paying a nurse to do forensic exams as part......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Morton and control of the state or any person under contract with the state" (in Criminal) by Jon English
Let's start with this caveat: this could go on and on and on and on and on with some pretty nuanced ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Aiding and abetting harassment (in Criminal) by Jon English
Check out PC 7.02(a)(2) and see if you think that fits the description of what the girlfriend did....
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Discussion Topic  RE: New case/arrest necessary when upfile B to A (in Criminal) by Jon English
You're looking for CCP Ch. 23. And the upshot is that you don't ever have to re-arrest someone if th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Blood Tests and DWI's (in Criminal) by Jon English
It can't effect either. The machines are specific for ethanol....
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Discussion Topic  RE: PBT (in Criminal) by Jon English
I'm probably not understanding your question, but Watson is tricky because it's a civil ruling on cr......
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Discussion Topic  RE: PBT (in Criminal) by Jon English
SFSTs aren't a "specimen," and there are no consequences for refusing them, so no issue there. I d......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Theft? (in Criminal) by Jon English
Check out the definition of "deception" in the theft statute. There's some specific ways it had to b......
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Discussion Topic  RE: electronic certified judgments (in Criminal) by Jon English
My judge has everything that has been filed with the clerk on her desktop at the bench with her. In ......
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