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January/February 2015
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Thursday, February 12th, 2015
Features
22 | 28th Annual Rusty Duncan Advanced Criminal Seminar: By the Numbers
25 | Cops Are Now Using Body-Worn Cameras: Will You Be Ready at Trial? - By Bryan Wilson
32 | Anxiety and the Trial Lawyer - By Tony Vitz
35 | The Other Hat - By T. W. Davidson
Cops Are Now Using Body-Worn Cameras: Will You Be Ready at Trial?
Thursday, February 12th, 2015

A. Rising Use of Body-Worn Video Camera Technology by Police

Video and sound recording by the cops is not a new concept.

Anxiety and the Trial Lawyer
Thursday, February 12th, 2015

I am a lawyer who has allowed anxiety to debilitate and torture me for much of my life. Although I did not realize it at the time, I know now that it began to surface during childhood. Becoming aware was my first step to overcoming the paralysis. It did not surprise me to learn that anxiety disorders are the most prevalent disorders in our society.

The Other Hat
Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Last week in Far-Off County, I was the pro tem prosecutor in a felony case involving timber theft. This was odd for me. I am a defense attorney. I bleed the Constitution. I do not trust the government (and have no reason to). I deeply believe our justice system is flawed, biased in favor of the State (in both law and resources), and unfair to most criminal defendants.

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Voice for the Defense Blog

Author: TCDLA Blog Editor
By Kenneth G. Wincorn Visit his web page here. Every defense attorney often has the occasional client who says “why should I try this case, it is...