A case being appealed to the Georgia Supreme Court tests the limits of its recent ruling that litigants with physical or mental impairments have a right to be in the courtroom - even if their appearance may influence a jury. David Marshall (above) maintains the real issue is a trial judge's right to control her courtroom and stop his client's opposing party from parading injuries to attract jurors' sympathy.
Parading injuries, or just resting?
August 31, 2012
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