A defendant is entitled to present alternate theories of defense at trial. And the jury must receive each instruction supported by the evidence—regardless of which party presents that evidence. In State v. Lindemuth, Christopher Joseph and Carrie Parker’s application of this law resulted in a reversed conviction for their client. The case began in 2015,…

March 30th eighty-five years ago marked the commemoration of the inaugural annual celebration of National Doctor’s Day. While there are regulatory agencies such as the Kansas Board of Healing arts that help ensure the availability of quality medicine, it should not be taken for granted. National Doctor’s Day is a time to recognize the dedication…

Kansas civil asset forfeiture laws allow police to seize and keep property that is more likely than not involved in criminal activity. According to a report published by the Institute for Justice, “Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture,” most state forfeiture laws encourage police to pursue profit instead of the neutral administration…

Since 1984, the nation has celebrated the contributions of social workers during National Social Work Month, which is March. Nationwide there are 650,000 social workers who are advocates, champions, and leaders in our society. While there are regulatory agencies such as the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board that help protect the profession’s reputation and ensure…

Two anesthesiologists owned a pain management clinic, but they experienced a painful breakup. One owner hired an expert to review his partner’s care and billing practices. The expert opined that there were standard of care and billing concerns, which formed the basis for filing complaints with the Kansas Board of Healing Arts and the Missouri…

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