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Apr 8, 2014 amateurlawprof commented on Police Beat: The Skin You're In.
Very true. EMT's in King County generally are allowed under their protocols to check blood sugars. However, the medical director for Seattle's EMT program does not currently allow for that tool. It is one of the few differences between Seattle EMS and King County EMS protocols.
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Feb 28, 2013 amateurlawprof commented on Stupid, Stupid, Rob McKenna.
Goldy, you had it spot on. Court got it right with the bookends. The founders knew what a supermajority was and how to put it in. Very surprised by Stephens and Chuck Johnson taking the extreme view on justiciability (i.e. - this case probably couldn't ever be heard, because look, other times were the wrong time).
Jan 22, 2013 amateurlawprof commented on Stories from the 358.
I am going to subscribe to this. I've been on Nathan's bus a few times and was always impressed by his demeanor and happy attitude. Very excited to learn he has a blog, and I am even more excited that its well-written with great story-telling.
Dec 19, 2012 amateurlawprof commented on Robert Bork.
And had he not Borked the nomination process, Obama would have had a nomination and there would be a new 5-4.
Nov 12, 2012 amateurlawprof commented on Tristan Devin, Local Comedian and Cafe Proprietor, Reported Dead.
Brendan, comments on Tristan's Facebook page show condolences arriving 10 hours ago. So looks like people knew about 9:30 p.m. last night.
Aug 21, 2012 amateurlawprof commented on The Bouncing Souls TV Special Spectacular.
Damn you, Megan!
Jul 19, 2012 amateurlawprof commented on "I will be voting for Justice Gonzalez, as opposed to the guy who can't proofread.".
@Dan According to the Chicago Manual of Style: "When compound modifiers (also called phrasal-adjectives) such as open-mouthed or nicotine-free come later in a phrase than the noun they describe, ambiguity is unlikely and the hyphen dispensable (though not incorrect)."