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May 2017
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Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
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21 | The 41st Annual Tim Evans Texas Criminal Trial College
23 | Nondisclosure Update - By Sam Adamo Jr.
28 | Candida albicans, the Yeast Syndrome, and the Auto-Brewery Syndrome: Medical Defenses to DWI - By Mark Ryan Thiessen & John Parks Trowbridge, MD
Nondisclosure Update
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

The Law Office was situated on the south corner of Main Street, just past wide-open Texas spaces and a sign that read Population: 1,900. True to its name, Main Street was really the only street. Once bustling with United States Air Force pilots training for World War II, the town had, surprisingly, settled in as a hub for art. Lined with rustic worn-out buildings, you could still find most necessities.

Candida albicans, the Yeast Syndrome, and the Auto-Brewery Syndrome
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Whether blood samples used in forensic science Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) testing can be affected by endogenous ethanol production is a recurrent and yet unresolved defense. The basis of endogenous ethanol production is whether microbial growth can occur to falsely elevate the ethanol concentration in forensic blood samples.

Jury Trials—Is It Witch Science?
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Many of the Americans living in the Southwest are, of course, of Mexican descent. Though many families have lived in the United States for several generations, there is a continual influx of new immigrants from Mexico. As a result, many cultural phenomena brought from Mexico continue to thrive in the barrios (neighborhoods) of the Southwest.

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Author: TCDLA Blog Editor
The existing Texas court system was established by an amendment to the state Constitution in 1891.  Below is a description of the basic hierarchical...
Author: TCDLA Blog Editor
The existing Texas court system was established by an amendment to the state Constitution in 1891.  Below is a description of the basic hierarchical...