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If you find it hard to have two conversations at once you will struggle with responding to comments while talking or trying to make a point.

This is fine if you are purely there to chat with the people on the call like a Q&A scenario let people know that you are welcoming them in and then will talk after.
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In law school and on the street everyone knows that lie detectors are not admissible in court. Wrong!

Polygraphs & Lie Detectors in Court are expanding use in Florida again. Some courts are allowing use in testing registered sex offenders & predators as a requirement of sex offender probation and monitoring.

http://www.centrallaw.com/deception-detection-polygraph-testing-and-lie-detectors-in-federal-courts-at-sentencing/ .

Previously we discussed another federal case here http://www.centrallaw.com/lie-detector-polygraph-admissible-court/
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Is the attorney's duty of loyalty to a client trumped by their duty to report suspicion of child abuse? This is a very delicate and tricky question. Read more from the Gustitis Law Criminal Defense Blog. #criminaldefense
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Is the attorney's duty of loyalty to a client trumped by their duty to report suspicion of child abuse? This is a very delicate and tricky question. Lawyers should resist revealing confidential communications from a client, except in the most serious of circumstances. #criminallaw
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When a juror falls asleep for two minutes during critical evidence that was material and possibly exculpatory, was there juror misconduct which prejudiced the defendant? You may be surprised.

Watch SM JUROR's video analysis of the juror misconduct issues in Fleming v. State, No. 09A05-1712-CR-2813, 2018 WL 3421634 (Ind. Ct. App. July 16, 2018) to find out.
http://bit.ly/2vrC9ik
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Can a juror's romantic feelings towards the prosecutor constitute juror misconduct leading to a new trial? What if the juror sends gifts like a poinsettia, flowers, chocolates & cards? You may be surprised.

Watch SM JUROR's video analysis of State v. Jenkins, No. 106,741, 2018 WL 3596366 (Kan. July 27, 2018) to find out.

http://www.screencast.com/t/cgAiTeHXDhel
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