In a drab, cramped conference room in Doral, a 45-year-old single mother is fighting with the state to secure in-home nursing care for her severely disabled daughter — while the 10-year-old fights for her life. The mother sits across a wooden table from a state hearing officer who will decide whether health regulators were right […]
The OA is here. The opinion is here. Condensed version: “After two months of staring at the record we find no reversible evidentiary errors.” N.M. v. Department of Children and Families — So.3d —-, 2012 WL 6601965 Fla.App. 3 Dist.,2012. December 19, 2012 (Approx. 1 page)
The focus appears to be normalcy. I haven’t had a chance to go through them in detail yet. https://www.flrules.org/gateway/View_Notice.asp?id=12390991
I sat in the school’s food court today underneath a television showing news coverage of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. People around me stopped and stared. Some turned away; others called people over to see. I have no words.
Alan Mishael has been up to some provocateuring for justice with his Request for Information on Free or Reduced-Rate Parking For Volunteers and Poor People at the New Juvenile Courthouse, and the AOC’s soon-to-be-famous response of “let them valet.” I am very excited about the new courthouse. I have never missed an opportunity to point […]
In this case, McDonald moved for the appointment of board-certified neurosurgeon Ronald Uscinski, who the defense expected to opine that shaken baby syndrome rests on “flawed science,” and to testify to innocent medical explanations for E.M.’s injuries. A representative of the Justice Administrative Commission (“JAC”) appeared in opposition to the request, but confirmed that the […]