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March 2018
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Friday, March 9th, 2018
Features
23 | Not Guilty v. Cerberus: Winning Intoxicated Manslaughter Trials - By Mark Thiessen
29 | The “Business Duty” Rule for Business and Public Records - By Clint Broden

Columns
6 | President's Message
10 | Interim Executive Director's Perspective
12 | Ethics and the Law
Not Guilty v. Cerberus: Winning Intoxicated Manslaughter Trials
Friday, March 9th, 2018

“Ma’am, we regret to inform you, but your son was killed by a drunk driver.”

“Ma’am, we regret to inform you, but your son has been arrested for killing someone while driving intoxicated.”

The “Business Duty” Rule for Business and Public Records
Friday, March 9th, 2018

The prosecution often seeks to introduce business records at trial to prove relevant evidentiary points contained within those records. Often times, whether in state or federal court, the prosecution will attach a business records affidavit to the exhibit to overcome any hearsay objection.

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