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Originally posted by Evasius
I served as a preliminary juror on the last case mentioned in the article.
It was a paid preliminary hearing conducted by the defence attorneys to see how it might play out before it went to trial. Needless to say, we all elected that he receive a multi-million dollar payout. He ended up getting $2.3 million, as stated in the article.
Originally posted by iiinvision
speaking of piss, how would a person without a penis take one?
But Seaton's lawyer said the doctor's post-surgical notes show the doctor thought he detected cancer and removed the penis.
The lawsuit filed earlier this month in state court claims Patterson removed Seaton's penis without consulting either Phillip or Deborah Seaton, or giving them an opportunity to seek a second opinion.
Originally posted by AshleyD
You don't just amputate a body part without even asking the patient, running tests, or looking for a second opinion. What the heck. It's like, 'Well while I'm doing a circumcision, I might as well take off the whole thing just in case.'
Originally posted by Dr Love
Dare I say, that's not just your ordinary, run of the mill body part to us men.