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Appendices in this edition include: contemporary responses; writings on the genre debate by Anna Letitia Barbauld, John Moore, and Walter Scott; and historical documents focusing on property laws as well as the American and French revolutions. This is another excellent Broadview edition. Kelley, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jacqueline M. The Old Manor House.
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She has since been charged with the sexual penetration of a minor, and with engaging in oral sex with a minor. Police made an application to the magistrates court to have Ms Arredondo's breasts and lower abdomen photographed, to see whether she did in fact have identifying marks that corresponded with the recollections of the then-teenager.
Ms Arredondo, of Brunswick, had previously refused police requests to photograph her body, the court was told, although she had showed Detective Kendall her scar. Her lawyer, Jacqueline Kennedy, told the court that Ms Arredondo had never had an appendix operation, and her small scar was from a laparoscopy - a procedure she had undergone as part of her IVF treatment five years after the sexual offences were alleged to have taken place.
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Magistrate Johanna Metcalf granted permission for a forensic medical officer to photograph Ms Arredondo's lower abdomen and use the photograph for their investigation. She refused a police request to photograph Ms Arredondo's breasts, saying the man's descriptions of a mark or birthmark were too vague to warrant submitting Ms Arredondo to being photographed.
However, she said the description made by the man in of Ms Arredondo's scar was more "cogent", and said photographing the lower abdomen would be "less invasive" than photographing her breasts. She ordered Ms Arredondo submit to being photographed within 14 days, and warned that "reasonable force" could be used to obtain the photograph.
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