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Interviewing and deposing survivors of sexual crimes who have intellectual disabilities
(ALM Media Properties, 2021-11-29)
Might decriminalizing sex work have unintended consequences on children?
Whatever one’s opinion regarding legalizing prostitution might be, and however well-intentioned the two pieces of proposed legislation are, might they inadvertently force sex work further into the shadows and thereby expose ...
A victim of sexual assault or domestic violence retracts a recantation. Is their credibility compromised?
To an outside observer, it may appear as erratic flip flopping. More often, it’s a symptom of the traumatic experience the survivor went through. Still, how much has the vacillation damaged the credibility of the victim/survivor ...
Title IX – Required Reading for Students Entering College
Students entering school in the fall must be fully equipped with knowledge of what Title IX is and what to do if they, or one of their peers, ever experience, or are accused of, a sexual assault on campus. Over the last ...
Attorneys, expert witnesses and paralegals: Working better together
An excellent paralegal can completely transform an attorney’s day-to-day productivity, and in turn, assist in producing even better results for clients. Paralegals, attorneys and expert witnesses are able to create an ...
How to deal with a Child Victims Act client with a weak case.
The decision to bring a lawsuit by survivors of child sexual abuse is an especially agonizing one. The last thing they want to hear from their prospective or retained attorney is that the legal case is just not a good ...