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The Puppies Are Loose!


The Smiths are off for a well deserved vacation, and I hope Christy gets all rested up for the ferocious blogging that will mark the celebration of Fitzmas (can you believe it’s just around the corner?) While she is away, the firepuppies have gotten loose and are running all over the website during Christy’s morning post hours. I hope we don’t wreck the place. *g*

Anyway, I have signed on to give you all a bit of a primer to help you get ready for Fitzmas. I used to be a professor and old habits die hard. I already know that I want to do an overview of the stages of a criminal trial, a piece (maybe 2 if it runs too long ) on the Rules of Evidence, and a separate piece on the exceptions to the rule against Hearsay, as I expect that to be a topic that will come up frequently.

But since this is an "inmates takes over the asylum" kind of week, I thought I would ask you what you would like to know more about from the wonderful world of law or law enforcement to clear up any questions you may have, so that you can enter into the Fitzmas season feeling fully prepared to completely enjoy and understand the festivities.

So, what would you like to know? Some questions I will try to deal with in the thread.  Some may spark their own full post.

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In rugby, the looseheadprop is the player in the front row of the scrum, who has the ability to collapse the scrum, pretty much at will and without the referee knowing who did it.
While this can give the LHP's team a great tactical advantage, it also exposes scrum players from both teams to the dangers of catastrophic spinal cord injury.
Consequently, playing this position makes you understand your responsibility to put doing the right thing ahead of winning, and to think beyond your own wants and desires. It also makes you very law and order oriented.