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November 2012
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Tuesday, November 20th, 2012
Features
18 | Psychodrama: Preparing Yourself, Your Client, Your Case - By Mark Griffith
26 | Who and What Are We? Lawyers or Salespeople? - By Leonard Martinez & L.T. “Butch” Bradt
30 | The Current State of Confrontation - By Steve Sumner
33 | Poaching Soiled Dove - By Q. Tate Williams

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Psychodrama: Preparing Yourself, Your Client, Your Case
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Preparing Yourself

Who and What Are We? Lawyers or Salespeople?
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Over the years, I have been cognizant of members of the bar who, while having the piece of plastic in their pocket that says they are members of the State Bar, were not living up to the high ideals of the profession. This gave me a sense of unease, but I could not put my finger on the problem.

The Current State of Confrontation
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

At the conclusion of this year’s session, a splintered Supreme Court authorized the use of laboratory reports during trial without allowing the defendant an opportunity to cross-examine the technician who created the report. Williams v. Illinois 567 U.S. __(2012).

Poaching Soiled Dove: Are Prostitution Stings Illegal Under Texas Law?
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Criminal defense lawyer, sometimes gunfighter, and son of an even more famous father Temple Lea Houston began his famous “soiled dove plea” on behalf of alleged prostitute Minnie Stacey with the words, “one of our own sex was the author of her ruin, more to blame than she.” While more than a century later our society

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