“Legal Mail” in prisons & jails

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6th Amendment – right to counsel The opening of legal mail out of a prisoner’s presence may cause some prejudice by inhibiting the prisoner and his attorney from discussing in such correspondence matters which they would wish to remain confidential, and this might affect the lawyer’s ability to represent his client most effectively, with protections […]

Hidden or Lost Will

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When you know you were named in a Will but the family has hidden the Last Will & Testament and won’t produce it? First – It is a crime in Virginia to hide or destroy another person’s last will and testament! § 18.2-504. Destroying or concealing wills. If any person fraudulently destroy or conceal any […]

Parental Rights – Termination of parental right and adoption and Va Code § 63.2-1215 factors

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3-15-2022 – Reversal of Termination of Parental Rights. On March 15, 2022, the Virginia Court of Appeals reversed the Prince William County Circuit Court’s termination of parental rights of Mulvey. The opinion reaffirmed the parent’s constitutionally protected interest in maintaining the parent-child relationship.  Judge Wesley G. Russell, writing for the Court, quoting the United States […]

Tortious Interference with Doctor-Patient Relationship

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Physician-Patient Relationship Doctor-Patient Relationship The practice of medicine, and its embodiment in the clinical encounter between a patient and a physician, is fundamentally a moral activity that arises from the imperative to care for patients and to alleviate suffering. The relationship between a patient and a physician is based on trust, which gives rise to […]

COVID-19 Legal Cases to Watch

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COVID Fatigue – this page is not being updated.  See e.g., https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/328102 BST Holdings v. OSHA 5th Circuit Stay Petition for Review 11/05/2021 Petition Exhibit A 11/05/2021 Petitioners’ Brief 11/05/2021 Appendix to Petitioners’ Brief 11/05/2021 Emergency Motion to Stay 11/05/2021 Emergency Motion to Stay Exhibits A-I 11/05/2021 Stay Granted 11/06/2021 Respondents’ Opposition to Emergency Motion to Stay 11/08/2021 BST Holdings, LLC Petitioners’ Reply […]

Wrongful Death Claim Against Alec Baldwin, et al.? Probably Not – He Will Be Shielded By Worker’s Compensation’s Exclusive Remedy

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1st Question – Worker’s Compensation Alec Baldwin is probably protected from civil liability due to New Mexico’s worker’s compensation laws. 52-1-9. Right to compensation; exclusive. The right to the compensation provided for in this act, in lieu of any other liability whatsoever, to any and all persons whomsoever, for any personal injury accidentally sustained or […]

INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT – FAILURE TO PROVIDE INFORMED CONSENT – COVID-19 JAB/”VACCINE”

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Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) does not give immunity for intentional misconduct.  (To Learn More) WHAT PATIENTS ARE NOT BEING TOLD Despite the hype created with relative risk reduction (RRR), the Absolute Risk Reduction (ARR) for COVID Vaccines is around 1%. The ARR for Pfizer-BioNTech is only 0.84% (THAT IS CLOSE TO […]