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asked the judge as to what qualifies as 'personal remarks' so she can be informed for the next hearing. She also asked as to whether laughing during an ongoing deposition also doesn't qualify as violating court's decorum. @LiveLawIndia #MJAkbar
A counsel can laugh & grunt when defence is deposing without court even censuring it. Court recognises no duty to maintain decorum to facilitate deposition in a sensitive matter. So, so grateful @AnooBhu of @thewire_in raised what rankled me so much.
#CPPD in the glenohumeral joint.
Note the deposition of crystals within the hyaline cartilage of the humerus rather than on the surface, differentiating this condition from #gout on #ultrasound @TendonImaging #FOAMed #FOAMrad #MSKUS pic.twitter.com/bFv1LaVWZk
Again, I think Horowitz deserves huge credit for not treating this hearing as a deposition (i.e. providing the most minimal answers possible). His goal truly seems to be informing the committee and the public.
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