Some people were taking the job of soldiering a bit casually on Dec. 6, 1941, says a Washougal veteran of World War II.
It took one day to change everything.
I was going through a couple of old cases looking for some information to use in a current case. Here’s a interesting curative instruction. Coming across this lead me to muse about how strange and how frequently seasoned law enforcement witnesses “forget” that there are certain words or issues they are not supposed to testify about. It’s gotten so bad that I have a standard motion in-limine on HLD. Here’s how one judge dealt with a forgetful law enforcement witness (after he’d agreed with my motion in-limine that the law enforcement witnesses should be instructed on HLD stuff prior to testifying).
The “error” came out in the witness’s first sentence.
MJ: Please be seated. The court will come to order.
Press Republican reports that:
Cannon fire will permeate the air over the PARC museum campus this weekend as forces from the Union and Confederate armies collide on the open fields.
The Clinton County Historical Association will host the third-annual Plattsburgh Civil War Encampment, with two battles between the Blue and Gray scheduled for today and another slated for Sunday.
LTC Lakin has made his CNN appearance. His supporters are not happy, as this piece at World News Daily indicates.
I found a humorous note in the article. The writer points out a typo in the charge sheet.
“in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 32nd Calvary (sic) Regiment, 101st Airborne”