Fields eventually confessed to engaging in sex acts with the boy. According to Fields’ testimony at a suppression hearing, he said several times during the interview that he no longer wanted to talk to the deputies, but he did not ask to go back to his cell prior to the end of the interview. See id., at 92a–93a.
Dec 17, 2008 · Kirton alleges the objections were entered into the record by counsel. Kirton points to two instances where Dr. Rahter's testimony included allegedly improper hearsay testimony beyond that which is allowed by Rule 801(d)(1)(D). The first instance is when Dr. Rahter was testifying regarding the beginning of the sexual abuse Victim suffered.
Aug 30, 2012 · State, 790 N.W.2d 252 (Iowa 2010) (holding that parentally executed release, in favor of the state of Iowa, waiving minor child's personal injury claims as a condition of child's participation in educational field trip, violates public policy and is unenforceable); Kirton v. Fields, 997 So.2d 349, 350 (Fla.2008) (holding that parent lacks.
[8a] Fields contends the trial court erred in not giving the CYA's finding he was amenable to its programs great weight and in imposing a prison sentence because of the court's disagreement with CYA parole policies. Fields relies primarily onPeople v. Carl B. (1979) 24 Cal. 3d 212 [155 Cal. Rptr. 189, 594 P.2d 14]. In 1979, when Carl B. was.
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