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The shooting happened around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Campus in Conshohocken.
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11 year old autistic boy handcuffed at school????
A Forsyth County father is outraged a school resource officer handcuffed his 11-year-old special needs son while at school.
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We're seeing a lot of heroin cases lately - here's a good article about an important issue.
 
FDA Approves Emergency Life Saving Treatment for Fatal Overdoses

Narcan, being called a “miracle drug”, bringing fatal heroin overdose victims “back to life”.

“I was holding him in my arms and he basically died...He was starting to turn blue, he wasn't breathing. He was gasping for breath. Paramedics were carrying the drug, Naloxone Generic for Narcan).Within five minutes they came back in and said he was awake. He’s now in recovery”. said the victim’s dad, after his son fatally overdosed on heroin.  

On April 3, 2014, The FDA announced in a press release its approval of the “Evizo” injection.  The mobile  hand-held auto-injector for treatment of potentially fatal heroin overdoses. The injector rapidly delivers a lifesaving drug into a victim who is suffering from a fatal overdose of heroin or other opioid. It’s been approved for use by family members and caregivers for emergency treatment.  Physicians, Hospitals, Paramedics and other qualified health care professionals were primarily the only ones who had access to the drug for administration.   

Evizo (naloxone hydrochloride injection) is a hand-held portable device that delivers the drug Narcan into the victim’s blood stream.  The drug is known by its brand name “Narcan”, and its generic name “Naloxone”. 

Police are often the first responders to an overdose situation, and they have found that the patient was not surviving until Paramedics arrived, or until the patient reached the Emergency Rooms.  

It’s been used in pilot programs in Police Agencies throughout the country, and proven effective in 95% of the cases for which it was used.  Narcan or Naloxone works to reverse heroin or opiate overdoses almost immediately.   This enables heroin overdose patients to survive long enough until specialized emergency medical treatment can be obtained at an emergency room or hospital.   

Narcan or Naloxone has not, however, been effective for reversing any other types of overdoses such as cocaine or ecstasy.   Its benefits are isolated only to heroin and other opioids in its classification. 
In light of the expedited processing granted by FDA, Evizo will be available by prescription at pharmacies throughout the country in June 2014.      

http://blog.novakazlaw.com/2014/04/fda-approves-emergency-life-saving-treatment-for-potentially-fatal-overdoes/
http://blog.novakazlaw.com/2014/04/fda-approves-emergency-life-saving-treatment-for-potentially-fatal-overdoes/

Additional Resources and more on these stories

http://www.wusa9.com/story/news/nation/2014/01/31/narcan-heroin-opiate-overdose-painkillers/5061463/

http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm391465.htm

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Pickerel.  You can't tell from the photo but my left arm is soaked to the bicep from reaching into the hole to yank him out because the line broke as I pulled him out.   The big lump in his belly was 2 6" bluegills laying next to each other.
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I had a Murder case where the accused was high on DXM and likely didn't know what he was doing (as the court found).  Parents don't think cough medicine can do much to their kids, but kids know better.  Read the link below for a powerful example.
In the video displayed below, Peter Marley of Long Valley, NJ is using his near-death experience to encourage others to stop drug abuse.
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fishmanlaw@gmail.com or 215-564-0644. My Photo · Brian Fishman: I'm a Philadelphia trial attorney who focuses his practice on criminal defense, personal injury and civil rights. I represent individual...
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Pennsylvania adopts automobile exception to the warrant requirement
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+Steven Fairlie, not a good day for the defense bar in Pennsylvania. Was planning a blog/article on this case too. As I'm sure many PA practitioners are. Thanks for sharing. 
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Great new information about the reliability of DUI testing
Mishlove and Stuckert, LLC has assisted in discovering a series of anomalies in blood alcohol tests done at the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene.
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  • Fairlie & Lippy, P.C.
    Attorney, 2009 - present
  • Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C.
    Partner, 2000 - 2009
  • Montgomery County District Attorney's Office
    Assistant District Attorney, 1996 - 2000
  • Abeln Law Offices
    Associate, 1995 - 1996
  • J.P. Morgan & Co.
    Management Trainee, 1991 - 1992
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Criminal Defense and Persona Injury Lawyer serving Montgomery County and Bucks County areas
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Fairlie & Lippy, P.C. is a nationally recognized Criminal Defense and Personal Injury law firm handling serious felonies, DUI, narcotics cases, misdemeanors, Car Accidents, Slip & Fall, Wrongful Death, and much more in the Montgomery County and Bucks County areas.
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Philadelphia Magazine SuperLawyer in Personal Injury and Criminal Defense, National Trial Lawyers Top 100 list, as featured in Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Magazine, Suburban Life and more
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  • The Dickinson School of Law
    Law, 1992 - 1995
  • Lafayette College
    Government and Law, 1987 - 1991
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Steven Fairlie, Steven F. Fairlie, Steven Fisher Fairlie
This is the best pizza in the Philadelphia area - sweet sauce on top of the cheese with a thin buttery crust. Close your eyes to the décor on the way in and enjoy the pizza.
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This is the best restaurant in Philadelphia, and our favorite for the last decade or so.
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We did not stay here, but ate at the restaurant after a trip to Muir's Woods. They were overbooked so seated us in a very cold enclosed patio with a promise to move us indoors when space opened up, but they forgot us and left us there. There were tractors moving earth just on the other side of the enclosure so we could not hear each other. Food was ok but the room was so cold that the food got cold before we could finish our meals. The manager felt bad and promised a refund, but then they forgot to do that as well. Charming place, but they just don't seem to be able to execute on any aspect of their business.
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