Back when my television screen bulged out from a genuine mahogany-veneered wooden box, and the images playing across the picture tube were still for the most part black and white, there was a popular lawyer show that I watched regularly. Racing home from school after a brutally risible performance on the softball diamond or hockey field, I would settle in the living room and tune in Perry Mason. I believe that this is where my dependence upon chocolate as a panacea began, but I digress.
New And Improved Burdens Of Proof
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 6, 2012
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