the worlds of neuroscience
and the law
An Iowa scientist claims his “brain fingerprinting” has caught
a serial killer and exonerated a man falsely convicted of murder. A San Diego
CEO says his “No Lie MRI” can prove defendants’ innocence.
A Massachusetts company boasts of offering “breakthrough deception detection.” All
very tantalizing, respond some scientists and legal scholars. But also a bit
Judicial Council proposes new electronic discovery rules
In a world where more than 93 percent of all communications are digital and
electronic discovery has driven up the costs of litigation, the California
Judicial Council is proposing new statutes and rules that address production
of electronically stored information.
Lawyers can avoid discipline by reporting adverse actions or events
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to the admission and discipline of attorneys, the State Bar’s Office
of the Chief Trial Counsel (OCTC) is charged with the investigation and prosecution
of complaints against California attorneys..
90 percent paid their bar dues on time
Nearly 90 percent of California’s attorneys paid their 2008 State Bar
membership dues by the statutory deadline of Feb. 1, up from 87 percent in
2007 and markedly up from 73 percent in 2006.
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