Ethan Eldermahn is a sixty-year-old man with Parkinson's disease who has been found unconscious in his backyard. He suffered heatstroke and severe sunburn and has suspicious bruises on his arms and legs. The defendant, Calvin Cooper, has been charged with two counts of elder abuse and neglect.
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Ethan Eldermahn is a sixty-year-old man with Parkinson's disease who has been found unconscious in his backyard. He suffered heatstroke and severe sunburn and has suspicious bruises on his arms and legs. The defendant, Calvin Cooper, has been charged with two counts of elder abuse and neglect. Cooper denies ever physically abusing Eldermahn and asserts that he was in the care of the housekeeper, Greta Mayerson, at the time the alleged neglect took place. The defendant claims he was the victim's friend and companion and was neither licensed nor employed as a caretaker. There are six witnesses for the plaintiff and four witnesses for the defendant.
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Instructions for Use as a Full Trial
Affidavit of Complaint
Nita City Street Map
Harmon Staff Biography
Statement of Greta Mayerson
Diagram of Library and Garden-1800 Mockingbird Lane
Third Floor Diagram
Picture of Shirt and Azalea Bush
Nita General Hospital ER Report
Resume of Dr. Erin McMichael
Statement of EMT Ralph Parker
Eldred Hospital Record (Gothitann)
Eldred Hospital Record (English translation)
Resume of Wasily Mzlawcz
Eldermahn Birth Certificate and Apostille (Gothitann)
Eldermahn Birth Certificate (English translation)
Statement of Calvin Cooper
Statement of Gunther Thomas
Crescent Moon Hotel Ledger
District Attorney Memo--Jamie Foster
Statement of Jamie Foster
Biltwell Indecruise Owner's Manual
Letter from John Lovecraft
Nita Gazette Article
Deposition of Dr. Connor Cornell
Excerpt from Geriatric Practice by Dominick Simcaud
Gothitannica Code Section 7822
Jury Verdict Form
Donna S. Harkness
Donna S. Harkness is currently Professor of Clinical Law and Director, Elder Law Clinic. She was associate professor of clinical law 2004-2009 and the Director of the Elder Law Clinic since 1996. She is a National Elder Law Foundation certified elder law attorney and a Tennessee certified elder law specialist. She is the author of one book, Elder Law Essentials (Knowles, 2008), which provides a basic overview of the substantive law, ethical issues and practice concerns that confront attorneys serving elderly clients. Professor Harkness' publications have appeared in the Elder Law Journal, Marquette Elder's Advisor, and the Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy. She authored four elder law case files for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) involving various issues, including a will contest, elder abuse, predatory lending and wrongful death in a long term case institution. She was also the recipient of a Borchard Foundation Law and Aging research grant to study predatory lending. Finally, she has authored a number of expert commentaries for LexisNexis.
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