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Back by popular demand – the digest! Equitable Tolling

Back by popular demand is the daily digest of law and biosciences cases, particularly those related to criminal law. The defense is still at it, but they aren’t having much luck with claims of equitable tolling based on poor memory … Continue reading

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The Daily Digest, 3/24/11

Some litigants have successfully used their brain dysfunction to obtain tolling of a missed filing deadline. While equitable tolling most often arises in habeas proceedings, the same principle, that under extraordinary circumstances a filing deadline may be tolled, applies in … Continue reading

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