Monthly Archives: May 2015

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Loudoun County – Expert witnesses like Dr. Mary Lindahl in the Courtroom – The Keller Case

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Junk science, what is it? it is alleged science that has no factual basis and it can’t be tested; sounds a lot like the field of psychology. Psychologists and psychiatrists tend to be the most egregious purveyors of junk science. Junk science is at its most dangerous when it is used while an individuals liberty is at stake.

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Loudoun County – Judge Thomas D. Horne, Lorrie Sinclair, Christopher Zveare

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The more you inquire and delve into the inner workings of a  Loudoun County Courtroom, the more disturbed one becomes.  Judge Horne once hailed as “The epitome of fairness” may not live up to that mantle,  Lorrie Sinclair once considered to be a lock for a spot on the Loudoun County Circuit bench has failed at least two times to attain that goal. It is a very small secluded world  in Loudoun County as far as the Courts ago.  One has to remember that despite the claims of being  the wealthiest county in the US, Loudoun County is still somewhat rural and is definitely Southern. In other words it still remains a very backwards and unsophisticated culture. The judicial system unfortunately shares in the lack of sophistication.

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Loudoun CPS – Things to ask the psychologist that Sandra Glenney selects

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I will reiterate over and over again, Sandra Glenney calls the shots in a CPS investigation. She controls what information is provided to the defendant and their counsel. The relationship that you and your attorney will need to explore will be the relationship between Sandra Glenney and her hand-picked psychologist for the case. It is critical that you explore and debunk any and all facts that originate from the mouth of the therapist. They are working for Sandra Glenney, never forget that.

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