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Causation: Criminal Law vs. Torts – Leslie Yalof Garfield

April 22nd, 2010 · 1 Comment · All Posts, Criminal Law, Lawdibles Audio, Torts

In this Lawdible, Prof. Leslie Yalof Garfield of Pace Law School discusses the principles of causation, a concept addressed in several first year courses. Professor Garfield points out the difference and similarities between proving causation in Tort and proving causation in Criminal Law. The discussion clearly highlights how the two concepts should be treated in […]

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Suspect’s Right to Counsel – Edwin Butterfoss

March 10th, 2010 · Comments Off on Suspect’s Right to Counsel – Edwin Butterfoss · All Posts, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Lawdibles Audio

Both the fifth and the sixth amendments’ rights to legal counsel may apply when authorities are seeking information from a suspect. But how are these rights different? And in what situations do either of these rights apply? In this Lawdible, Suspect’s Right To Counsel, Professor Edwin Butterfoss of Hamline University gives you a very straightforward  […]

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