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  • geneva
    replied to National Championship (non final round) discussion
    I think this case was too much, and I think quality suffered. I know this assessment is subjective, and I won't argue with you if you liked it, but...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    Good point. But I think AMTA can find ways to work within the rules they've created. Maybe the available sanctions don't include vacating a title (because...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    "Mr. Smith, all day long we've heard the victim got beat up by someone. I have to ask, did you hurt the victim?"

    "All I...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    No. This would be bad faith. In your example, no witness even hinted at the dog breed. It would be a violation of our sportmanship rules for the closer...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    This is an unreasonable interpretation of how the direct played out. In context of what they were actually saying, it's abundantly clear that the push...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    You're moving the goal posts on me here. Midlands615 asked what facts in the case pattern supported Yale's claim in opening. DefenseMid cited the Sullivan...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    I don't want to distract too much from the Rivers recanting which I think is the bigger issue, but I'm going to point out that there is nothing in the...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    For what it's worth:

    In Yale's other defense round, Emory called Rivers, so Yale wasn't afforded the opportunity to run the hostile witness....
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    Recanting IS the invention. We don't have a separate rule clarifying "you can't recant", but it's an egregious invention of fact because it...
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  • geneva
    replied to Final Round Discussion
    Yale broke the rules. And breaking those rules breaks the game that the rest of us agreed to play. As a longtime coach, I would be shocked and disheartened...
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  • geneva
    replied to MTS vs. Kosack Post Mortem
    Overall, it was a fine case, but not a super fun one to run. I agree with the above poster that the fact pattern itself was a little too goofy.
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