At first, Scacchetti seemed to be doing well. However, it wasn’t that long before a number of incidents suggested he was struggling again. Among them, Scacchetti arrived late for court, missed court, disobeyed the judges’ orders and last year showed up to represent a client with a black eye. He told a reporter who asked what happened that he had been robbed of several thousand dollars and beaten outside a convenience store at 2 a.m. while buying a milkshake. … [Read more...] about Trial Attorney Who Seemed to Have It All Is Now in Jail Awaiting a Bed in Drug Rehab Program
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State District Judge Jean Boyd said his wealthy parents must pay for the treatment, as they have previously offered to do. And this option offers the best chance for the teen’s rehabilitation, one of his lawyers, Reagan Wynn, told CNN. The youth cannot use drugs, drink or drive during his 10-year probation, and if he does he could be required to serve 10 years in prison. … [Read more...] about ‘Affluenza’ teen on probation for fatal crash is sent to pricey rehab
Smith refers to the results of a new study that found nearly 21 percent of surveyed lawyers and judges reported problematic alcohol use. The study, conducted by ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, also found that the most common barrier to seeking treatment is fear that others will find out. … [Read more...] about I feared rehab would end my BigLaw career, ex-associate says; how can firms address the issue?
It’s an aspect of the new program that has been somewhat controversial in San Diego County, where publicly-funded treatment providers have traditionally followed abstinence-based, 12-step style methods and not accepted MAT patients into their programs. Under the new program, patients being treated with methadone or other medication can’t be turned away. … [Read more...] about County to embrace collaborative, medical approach to treat drug addiction in new $179 million program
Lastly, the Board of Appeal found that a risk of deception as required under Article 7 (1)(g) CTMR does not exist in the present case. The consumers very well know that beer is usually alcoholic and the consumption of alcohol does not detoxify the body. Even if it were to assume that the alcoholic content of beers varies, a deception about is antioxidant characteristic must be excluded based on the comprehensive consumer knowledge about the effects of drinking beer. … [Read more...] about OHIM: DETOX Is Not Descriptive For The Characteristics Of “Beers”