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Why I am a “Science Denier” (and that is exactly what you want from your criminal defense attorney)

By Yavitch & Palmer Co., L.P.A |

“The impression that serious scientific problems are far beyond the understanding of the average man constitutes a serious obstacle to the growth of this public interest. A caste system of specialists has been created, and it has produced a sort of intellectual defeatism, so that the layman tends to think that the conclusions he… Read More »

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Genetic Justice in Ohio − How Many DNA Tests Can You Ask For?

By Yavitch & Palmer Co., L.P.A |

In 1990, someone murdered Cora and Bearnhardt Hartig, an elderly couple, in their home. Police arrested Tyrone Noling based on witness statements, but no physical evidence linked him to the crime. Noling was indicted despite passing a lie detector test, but the charges were dismissed in 1992 when the witnesses recanted, claiming that they… Read More »

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Surprise! Appealing the Unexpected Sentence

By Yavitch & Palmer Co., L.P.A |

Your criminal case has already gone to trial, you’ve been convicted and sentenced, and you’re now in shock over a sentence that was nothing like what your attorney told you to expect. Here’s another surprise for you – you may be entitled to appeal your sentence. While it is common knowledge that a man… Read More »

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