Structure of the Trial and Presentation of Evidence a. Structure of the Trial-the FRE has not codified the structure. If granted case over, Df wins. The court shall exercise reasonable control over the mode and order of interrogation of witnesses and presenting evidence so as to 1 make the interrogation and presentation effective for the ascertainment of the truth; 2 avoid needless consumption of time, and 3 protect witnesses from harassment or undue embarrassment.
Post From the parent of an asperger's child, now 21, who was adopted at age five. Our child was diagnosed at age five. God bless the therapist who asked the right questions Is she sensitive to smells? Our child would smell literally every spoon full of food, every book we read, everything she touched had to be smelled before we could move on with it.
Is she sensitive to rough textures? She would not wear jeans until she was 18 years old. Even today, will not wear a regular pair of shoes — only soft slip ons. Also would not sleep between sheets — only on a bare mattress with a blanket. We were confused for many years in trying to separate adoption issues from asperger's issues.
Now that asperger's is more well known and identified as more common than originally thought, I hope that others will benefit from my comments. LuvAS Postthis sounds a lot like my friend. He is that way. Loving to his dog but not me or people in general, it seems, goes away for days and doesn't want to talk or see me, Describing demonstrative communication which includes nonverbal and then shocked that anyone thinks he's rude, correcting grammar even though I taught grammar, obsessed with certain movies and wants me to watch them over and over, not interested in sex and won't talk about sex and so on.
He wants me to say affectionate things to him but won't respond in kind. I guess he just likes to listen. I wish I had answers for you but all I can say is that again, it could be AS with another pre-existing condition like in my friend's case.
It's so hard to tell but it's all familiar to me and I'm sure many other women and men on here. I just have a small correction. The point is, he took what I said very literally and actually waited five years to reconnect with me. Let me also add that he cannot deal with being around people.
I didn't grow up with him and do not know his family, but one day when his brother was visiting the city where we live, he called me and gave the phone to his brother so I could say hello to him. I said, "Maybe next time xxxxx will invite me to meet you. Now I am not so sure. Let me start by saying that he is really smart.
He speaks five languages and got a law degree recently because he was interested in law, but he works in the cell phone technology industry. Not tomorrow, not next week, not next year, not five years from now.
I have always thought that was bizarre. It was borderline harassment. He was sincerely upset at the idea that he had done anything rude even though it was clear to everyone that he was being a jerk.
He lives alone and has never married. The longest relationship he has been in was three years long he is 38 years old. I saw him one night last week and the next day I sent him an email asking if I could bring him some Christmas cookies. Why would you want to befriend someone like that?
Maybe she needs money for travel or something. He has a dog that he loves more than anything. It is clear that he loves the dog, yet he is not very affectionate towards me. So I know he is capable of affection.
When I visit him, he makes me watch several episodes of Glee back-to-back that he has already seen. In fact, he is kind of obsessed with Glee.
He doesn't like to kiss at all. If I tell him that I love him, it annoys him. I am guessing that this is atypical.This webpage is for Dr. Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance literature, and genre studies.
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