If even the rich are victims, what chance have the poor got?

If even the rich are victims, what chance have the poor got?
In a Texas courtroom this week, 16-year-old Ethan Crouch was sentenced to 10 years of probation after killing four people while driving drunk – a lenient sentence critics say may have been influenced by an “expert” psychiatric witness' claim that …
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Expert in Trayvon Martin case testifies for two former Fresno officers
A gunshot expert who helped George Zimmerman beat a murder rap in the Trayvon Martin case testified Thursday in a federal civil rights trial on behalf of two former Fresno police officers who fatally shot Stephen Willis four years ago. Dr. Vincent Di …
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Teen who killed four driving drunk gets off; judge says he's too rich to know
Using a stunning, unheard-of condition called “affluenza,” lead lawyer Scott Brown [Unlink] and expert witness Dr. G. Dick Miller [Unlink] argued Couch's affluent lifestyle rendered him unable to comprehend that there were consequences for his actions.
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Adrian J. Adams, Esq. to Present “The Davis-Stirling Act Has Changed – Be Ready for 2014” at CAI Legal Forum:California Communities on October 18, 2013

Irvine, California (PRWEB) October 17, 2013

At this year’s CAI Legal Forum:California Communities, Adrian J. Adams, Esq. will be presenting, “The Davis-Stirling Act Has Changed – Be Ready for 2014”. This educational session addresses the history of the making of the Davis-Stirling Act and examines the recently passed rewrite, which goes into effect January 1, 2014. The “rewrite” simplifies, renumbers and reorganizes the Act into Civil Code 4000-6150. The discussion will focus on what board members can expect and covers new FHA guidelines, executive meetings, email communications, confidentiality, personnel/vendor contracts and insurance, and meeting minutes.

The 2013 CAI Legal Forum is scheduled to take place at the Irvine Marriott located at 18000 Von Karman Ave Irvine on October 18. This special one-day educational event, offers two education programsone for community managers and one for board members and other homeowner leaders. Sessions are presented by expert panels, including government officials, seasoned management professionals and members of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers, a professional organization that represents the very best attorneys in the industry.

Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an international organization dedicated to building better communities and provides education and resources to community association homeowner leaders, professional managers, association management companies and other businesses and professionals who provide products and services to community associations.

Anyone who lives in, works for or provides services to a California community association will leave the event more informed, more engaged and better able to contribute to a successful community.

Adrian J. Adams, Esq. is the principal of Adams Kessler PLC, a law firm specializing in the representation of common interest developments throughout California. In addition to corporate and litigation work, Adrian is legal advisor on condominium law and smoke-free housing issues to the Technical Assistance Legal Center, a project of the Public Health Institute. He frequently speaks for industry organizations on homeowners association topics, including legal updates and board educational training programs. He serves as an expert witness on standards of care involving association boards and managers. Davis-Stirling.com, the award winning website and weekly newsletter with a subscriber base of over 18,000 were both created and are written by Adrian J. Adams.

Adams Kessler PLC is one of Californias premier homeowners association law firms. The firm represents a mixture of small and large homeowner, mixed-use, senior, commercial and recreational associations throughout California. Adams Kessler PLC focuses on providing its clients with exceptional legal services in a cost effective manner. Their attorneys are extremely knowledgeable about common interest development law and are well qualified to handle the myriad of legal issues faced by community associations and their directors.


For more information or to register, visit http://www.caionline.org/events/CALaw or call CAI Member Services at (888) 224-4321 (M-F, 9-6:30 ET)

For more information on this subject or to schedule an interview with Adrian J. Adams, Esq., please contact Nathalie Ross at (800) 464-2817 or nathalie(at)davis-stirling(dot)com.

Point Click Productions Keeps FEWA Website On The Cutting Edge

Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2013

Point Click Productions, an Orange County web design firm, continues to show itself as a leader in custom built websites for local organizations and associations. As part of a long standing relationship with Forensic Expert Witness Association, Point Click Productions has provided a new upgrade, this time featuring mobile optimization. This mobile optimization allows the site to adapt to all devices. By using media queries to determine the device or resolution of the device, the website responds with the appropriate image sizes and types to automatically adjust to the user. Also known as responsive design, mobile optimization means that FEWA will not have to maintain separate mobile sites and can instead keep their focus on maintaining their main site.

Previous updates for Forensic Expert Witness Association included a complete redesign and upgrade with a custom built content management system (CMS). As a result the website is now faster, easier to maintain, and has a clean modern easy to navigate look and feel. Point Click Productions has worked with several other organizations and associations to provide similar services. Point Click Productions excels at delivering amazing websites for large organizations with needs like providing access for a large membership, permitting online payments, and maintaining a large database. For organizations and associations with complicated and specific needs, Point Click Productions personalized service and quality work make them the go-to web design firm in Orange County. To view the new website, visit: http://forensic.org/

Forensic Expert Witness Association was founded in 1994 in Orange County and is now a national organization. They are dedicated to the professional development, ethics, and promotion of forensic consultants in all fields of discipline. Services include administrative support for members and others seeking forensic services, an annual member directory, education, training, networking, and referrals.

About Point Click Productions

In an increasingly digital marketplace, Point Click Productions helps small- and medium-sized businesses gain a competitive advantage by offering a full suite of web services. In addition to inspired web design, they specialize in online marketing, branding consulting, web hosting, and SEO strategies. Based in Orange County, California, the company serves a variety of local and national clients. To learn more about Point Click Productions, visit http://www.pointclickproductions.com/.

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Why does CNN keep interviewing the same 1 witness over and over?

Question by Sara: Why does CNN keep interviewing the same 1 witness over and over?
Do you think there should be hundreds if not thousands of witnesses to this plane?

CNN keeps interviewing the same 1 witness over and over, who also just happens to be an expert.

Best answer:

Answer by Bob
It makes the crash seem more deadly (in other words, more people will want to watch the show). Also, it probably takes less money.

What do you think? Answer below!