I must begin by thanking folks who have taken the time to forward all the links to the Papers, Research and Studies that are now within this blog. Please continue to do so as it can only grow in content if we all find related materials and get them posted.
If you have a question, or want to proivde input, simply click on eAdvocate where ever it appears and send a e-mail with your comments. They will be reviewed and appreciated.
Note: When you see Highlighting or Underlining of portions of articles posted, that is not meant to take any position on the article, it is merely pointing out facts of the article, no more. Should the blog owner want to express an opinion there will be notes to that effect. Readers should not misconstrue what they read, facts and issues are the focus of this blog.
The Key to this blog is the Subject Index. All entries have been tagged, some with multiple tags, to create the Subject Index. This allows accessing records based on the topic/s a record addresses.
The more important, or hot button, topics are at the front of the Subject Index with "( " around them. Following that section comes the states or countries the topics pertain to. Next is the year of the topic or study, and finally comes the actual topics.
Note: When a topic is preceded by "cc-" that means it is case law and when available a link to the actual case.
Bad/Dead News Links:
Unfortunately as time goes on some of the Internet links will no longer work. This is due to various reasons such as the site is rearranged, older articles are removed, etc.
There is nothing we can do about this which is why we try to capture the essence of a story initially, the relevant facts, so folks can still see what happened.