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    The
    signs and symptoms of domestic violence for people with disabilities
    are similar to those of other forms of domestic violence. They may
    include physical violence, sexual assault, and emotional and/or
    psychological abuse.


    Victims with disabilities face unique barriers:


    * The abuser may be the victim's intimate partner, parent, or child as well as the primary caregiver.
    * The abuser may be the sole sign language interpreter.
    * Service availability and accessibility may be limited.
    * Providers and others may not understand the victim or the victim may not have language skills to describe the abuse.



    To exert power and control, the abuser may:


    * Isolate the victim from family, friends, and other community members.
    * Refuse or fail to provide basic life necessities such as food and
    water, medication, personal hygiene care, shelter, and comfort.
    * Threaten the victim with total abandonment.
    * Refuse to transport the victim to essential medical appointments.
    * Withhold financial support or deposit the victim's funds into their own personal account.
    * Withhold the use of their TTY device.





    As a victim with a disability, where can I find help in New York City?



    Legal Rights

    In New York City, it is against the law to intentionally cause
    physical injury to someone or put someone in fear of physical injury.
    Victims of domestic violence who are in danger should call 911 or have
    a friend or neighbor call 911 immediately. Victims may also go to the
    nearest police station for help.


    Hotlines

    New York City's 24-hour, toll-free, all-language Domestic Violence
    Hotline can help victims of domestic violence with disabilities to find
    appropriate support and shelter services. The domestic violence hotline
    maintains a comprehensive list of service agencies in New York City to
    meet the specific needs of all victims. Please call the hotline at 800-621-HOPE (4673) or TTY 800-810-7444 for more information.


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    The
    signs and symptoms of domestic violence for people with disabilities
    are similar to those of other forms of domestic violence. They may
    include physical violence, sexual assault, and emotional and/or
    psychological abuse.


    Victims with disabilities face unique barriers:


    * The abuser may be the victim's intimate partner, parent, or child as well as the primary caregiver.
    * The abuser may be the sole sign language interpreter.
    * Service availability and accessibility may be limited.
    * Providers and others may not understand the victim or the victim may not have language skills to describe the abuse.



    To exert power and control, the abuser may:


    * Isolate the victim from family, friends, and other community members.
    * Refuse or fail to provide basic life necessities such as food and
    water, medication, personal hygiene care, shelter, and comfort.
    * Threaten the victim with total abandonment.
    * Refuse to transport the victim to essential medical appointments.
    * Withhold financial support or deposit the victim's funds into their own personal account.
    * Withhold the use of their TTY device.





    As a victim with a disability, where can I find help in New York City?



    Legal Rights

    In New York City, it is against the law to intentionally cause
    physical injury to someone or put someone in fear of physical injury.
    Victims of domestic violence who are in danger should call 911 or have
    a friend or neighbor call 911 immediately. Victims may also go to the
    nearest police station for help.


    Hotlines

    New York City's 24-hour, toll-free, all-language Domestic Violence
    Hotline can help victims of domestic violence with disabilities to find
    appropriate support and shelter services. The domestic violence hotline
    maintains a comprehensive list of service agencies in New York City to
    meet the specific needs of all victims. Please call the hotline at 800-621-HOPE (4673) or TTY 800-810-7444 for more information.


    Barrier Free Livi
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    non-reviewable questions of discretion or affirmed findings of fact
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    Case RIC512723 - FRANK VS RIVERSIDE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

    Complaint Number: 1
    Complaint Type: Petition
    Filing Date: 11/12/2008
    Complaint Status: ACTIVE
    Party Number Party Type Party Name Attorney Party Status
    1 Petitioner LEOTA ANN FRANK Pro Per Fees Waived
    6 Petitioner LEE FRANK Pro Per
    2 Respondent RIVERSIDE DISTRICTATTORNEY'S OFFICE COUNTY COUNSEL Serve Required (WaitS)
    3 Respondent RIVERSIDE SHERIFF OFFICE COUNTY COUNSEL Serve Required (WaitS)
    4 Respondent ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES COUNTY COUNSEL Serve Required (WaitS)
    5 Respondent CA VICTIMS COMPENSATION PROGRAM Unrepresented Serve Required (WaitS)
    7 Respondent DAIMA CALHOUN KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    8 Respondent MICHAEL RUSHTON KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    9 Respondent CECELIA PLACENCIA KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    10 Respondent KIM EMMERLING KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    11 Respondent STANLEY SNIFF, KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    12 Respondent JOHN SCHULTZ KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    13 Respondent DAN WILHELM KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    14 Respondent JESSE MARTINEZ KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    15 Respondent ANDRE O'HARA, KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    16 Respondent E.H. DENNY, KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Demurr 03/20/2009
    17 Respondent MARK FAJARDO, M.D., Unrepresented Serve Required (WaitS)
    18 Respondent BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KINKLE, RODIGER, &SPRIGGS Serve Required (WaitS)

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foia damages, tort No. 03-1395: Doe v. Tenet - Appendix (Petition) - 0 views

  • While Totten and Reynolds are closely related in that both protect a state secret from disclosure, the rules announced in those cases differ in subtle but important respects. Most importantly, the state secrets privilege in Reynolds permits the government to withhold otherwise relevant discovery from a recognized cause of action (e.g., an FTCA case), while the Totten doctrine permits the dismissal of a lawsuit because it is non-justiciable before such evidentiary questions are ever reached.
  • In Kasza, we relied on the Reynolds rule that "the state secrets privilege is a common law evidentiary privilege that allows the government to deny discovery of military secrets." Id. at 1165. After reviewing the applicable law, we reasoned that the application of the state secrets privilege can have different effects, depending on whether it is used to exclude evidence or to dismiss a cause of action. Id. at 1166. First, we found that the government's invocation of the privilege over particular evidence may completely remove the evidence from the case. Id. If a plaintiff cannot make out her prima facie case without the secret evidence, the court may dismiss her claim. Id. Second, the privilege may deprive a defendant of information that would otherwise give the defendant a valid defense to the claim. Id. In these cases, the court may grant summary judgment to the defendant. Id.
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    IFurther, Weinberger concerned in the main an explicit statutory exemption to the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"). See Weinberger, 454 U.S. at 144, 102 S. Ct. 197. FOIA analysis is governed strictly by statute, while the state secrets privilege is governed solely by judge-made law. Also, FOIA cases involve a determination of what information can be released to the public without any restriction on the information's dissemination. In contrast, the state secrets privilege governs what material can be used by individual litigants who need such information to make their cases, under such restrictions of access as may be necessary, including in camera review, closed proceedings, and sealed records. Weinberger therefore dealt principally with the substantive question whether the sensitive material at issue could be made public and only as a subsidiary matter with the handling of that material within the confines of litigation.

    Weinberger did refer to Totten at the end of the opinion as an explanation, by analogy, concerning why the National Environmental Policy Act ("NEPA") inquiry could not go forward in court. It also referred, however, in the same context, to Reynolds, the seminal state secrets privilege case. Weinberger, 454 U.S. at 147, 102 S. Ct. 197. The brief reference to Totten in Weinberger therefore cannot be read as prescribing the application of Totten without regard to the later-developed state secrets privilege doctrine, and Kasza evidently did not so read it.

    We therefore conclude that Totten is applicable to the case before us only as applied through the prism of current state secrets doctrine.

    C.

    To invoke the state secrets privilege, a formal claim of privilege must be "lodged by the head of the department which has control over the matter, after actual personal consideration [of the evidence] by that officer." Reynolds, 345 U.S. at 7-8, 73 S. Ct. 528 (footnotes omitted); see also Kasza, 133 F.3d at 1165. After that, "[t]he court itself
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Duke Law Journal: Krista M. Enns, Can A California Litigant Prevail In An Action For Le... - 0 views

  • Part IV acknowledges the tension between the difficulty of proving causation in legal malpractice actions and one of the goals of legal malpractice, which is to allow litigants recovery when their attorneys are negligent. The part then considers the "loss of chance" doctrine, which is used in medical malpractice cases, as a possible alternative to the rigorous "but for" causation requirement in legal malpractice. Since a shift away from the "but for" standard is likely to cause more problems than it solves, and because adequate protections already exist for litigants, Part IV argues that the current causation requirements should be maintained for litigants who allege that they suffered an injury during Supreme Court oral argument. [*pg 115]

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      that lawyers with previous experience before the Court prevail "substantially more often."57 Data from the Solicitor General's office also support this theory
      http://www.law.duke.edu/shell/cite.pl?48+Duke+L.+J.+111
  • The opportunity to convince [the Justices] of the merits of your position is at its highpoint."47
  • See 3 MALLEN & SMITH, supra note 15, ยง 29.41, at 772 ("In presenting the underlying appeal in the subsequent legal malpractice action, the parties must specify the issues that should have been urged in the underlying action."). Failure to specify the issues is a failure to prove causation. See id. 146. See infra note 151 and accompanying text. 147. See Smith v. Lewis, 530 P.2d 589, 595 (Cal. 1975). 148. See Lysick v. Walcom, 258 Cal. App. 2d 136, 153 (Ct. App. 1968). The attorney's action need not be the sole cause of the client's loss, just a substantial factor. See id. at 153 n.7. 149. See infra note 213 and accompanying text.
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    that lawyers with previous experience before the Court prevail "substantially more often."57 Data from the Solicitor General's office also support this theory
    http://www.law.duke.edu/shell/cite.pl?48+Duke+L.+J.+111
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