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Area Health Education Center (ahec) An organization or organized system of health and educaitonal institutions whose purpose is to improve the supply, distribution, quality, use, and efficiency of health care personnel in specific medically underserved areas. An AHEC's objectives are to educate and train the health personnel specifically needed by the underserved areas and to decentralize health workforce education, thereby increasing supply and linking the health and educaitonal institutions in scarcity areas.
Artificial Nutrition And Hydration (Also known as tube feeding.) Artificial nutrition and hydration supplements or replaces ordinary eating and drinking by giving nutrients and fluids through a tube placed directly into the stomach (gastrostomy tube or G-tube), the upper intestine, or a vein.
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Mr. Alexander Gray Hait (“Alex”) graduated from Georgia Tech in 1989 and went straight into Law School at New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts. Alex was admitted to the Georgia Bar in May of 1992 before he finished law school. In October of 1992, Alex was admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Following graduation, Alex practiced law for a year in New Jersey and New York with Horowitz & Horowitz. His initial exposure to law was Personal Injury and General Civil Litigat
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Mr. Alexander Gray Hait (“Alex”) graduated from Georgia Tech in 1989 and went straight into Law School at New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts. Alex was admitted to the Georgia Bar in May of 1992 before he finished law school. In October of 1992, Alex was admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Following graduation, Alex practiced law for a year in New Jersey and New York with Horowitz & Horowitz. His initial exposure to law was Personal Injury and General Civil Litigat
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Attorney R. Parker McFarland, Jr. focuses on criminal cases, with a focus on DUI and drug cases. He’s also experienced in handling catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases, both at the trial court level and on appeal. Parker has successfully handled jury trials and appeals; he’s also obtained reduced charges in criminal cases and secured favorable settlements against insurance companies for serious personal injury claims. Parker has received extensive training in the field of DUI a
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Michael R. Sleister was born in Augusta, Georgia in 1953. After graduating from high school in 1971, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1975. In 1979, he graduated with honors with a psychology degree from the University of Georgia. In 1981, he graduated with a master's degree in public administration with honors from the University of Georgia. Before entering the University of Georgia Law School in 1985, he held jobs in both the private and public sector. In 1988
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  • Eldercare
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I have devoted more than thirty years of practice to: Helping people protect their assets and those of their elderly parents and loved ones; Creating legal structures where they can grow those assets, safely; Providing vehicles to pass those assets along, safely and securely to those they love. As an honors graduate of Vanderbilt University, I learned from some of the nation's finest minds. As a lawyer, honored by my peers with the AV Preeminent Rating (the highest possible), I strive to provid
Youth under age 15 accounted for more than one-fourth (28%) of all juvenile arrests for Violent Crime Index offenses in 2007 and nearly one-third (31%) of all Property Crime Index offenses.
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The relative responsibility of juveniles and adults for crime is difficult to determine. Law enforcement agencies are more likely to clear (or “close”) crimes that juveniles commit than those committed by adults. Thus, law enforcement records may overestimate juvenile responsibility for crime.
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The FBI assesses trends in violent crimes by monitoring four offenses that are consistently reported by law enforcement agencies nationwide. These four crimes— murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault—form the Violent Crime Index. Following 10 years of declines between 1994 and 2004, juvenile arrests for Violent Crime Index offenses increased 11% from 2004 to 2006, then declined 4% through 2007.
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