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Enter the Healing Circle

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We finished civpro last week. A few of us headed up to Lake Travis to rest and recuperate. Needless to say, I’ll avoid elaborating on the details until certain statutes of limitations may have run. We got back just in time for our first day of Criminal law with Sandra Guerra-Thompson.

In less than a week we have gone from the religious experience of realizing you could kill a perfectly good case for a purely procedural screw-up to reading about Innuit healing circles. While we left many of Ragazzo’s classes wondering if we could ever be right, I left tonight’s class wondering if there was such a thing as being wrong in crim law. First impression, granted, but it will be interesting to adapt to the change in teaching styles. The incentive to slack may be hard for some to resist.

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