Jackson rule

Jack·son rule

(jak'sŏn),
after an epileptic attack, simple and quasiautomatic functions are less affected and more rapidly recovered than the more complex ones.

Jack·son rule

(jak'sŏn rūl)
After an epileptic attack, simple and quasiautomatic functions are less affected and more rapidly recovered than the more complex ones.

Jackson,

John Hughlings, English neurologist, 1835-1911.
Jackson law - loss of mental functions due to disease retraces in reverse order its evolutionary development.
Jackson rule - after an epileptic attack, simple and quasiautomatic functions are less affected and more rapidly recovered than the more complex ones.
Jackson sign - during quiet respiration the movement of the paralyzed side of the chest may be greater than that of the opposite side, while in forced respiration the paralyzed side moves less than the other.
jacksonian epilepsy - Synonym(s): jacksonian seizure
jacksonian seizure - a seizure originating in or near the rolandic neocortex which clinically involves one part of the body. Synonym(s): jacksonian epilepsy
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47) In other words, some Justices grafted Fifth Amendment notions of voluntariness and coercion onto the Sixth Amendment analysis, thereby ignoring traditional Sixth Amendment concerns, such as fairness in the adversarial process and the provision of counsel as an intermediary, which were the actual justifications for the Jackson rule.
Following the Jackson decision, courts saw only the Fifth Amendment comparison and similarly labeled the Jackson rule as a merely "prophylactic rule.
61) The rationale of protection against police coercion that underlies the Edwards rule was therefore, in the Court's opinion, also the justification for the Jackson rule in the context of the Sixth Amendment.
The majority incorrectly concluded that the only basis for the Jackson rule was the desire to prevent badgering by the police.
Moreover, the Court analyzed (and consequently rejected) Jackson from a Fifth Amendment perspective: the Court viewed the Jackson rule as an unnecessary and unwarranted presumption of an involuntary waiver.
As a preliminary matter, it is questionable from a quantitative standpoint the extent to which the Jackson rule actually prevented the police from obtaining voluntary inculpatory statements.
82) Furthermore, in the briefing to the Court leading up to the Montejo decision, several law enforcement groups, including judges, prosecutors, and the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, informed the Court that their efforts to obtain confessions from suspects were not hampered by the Jackson rule.
Under such a reading, Montejo overruled Jackson because the Court considered the Jackson rule to be a mandatory presumption of an involuntary waiver and the Court held that such an automatic presumption was unnecessary.
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THE STORY: It's 1987, Madonna and Michael Jackson rule the airwaves, and for Jenna Rink turning 13 is not a great time.
Any breach of the Jackson rules leads to instant dismissal.
Whether Linux or any other operating system will be able to win market share in the future is, of course, very much dependent upon how District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson rules at the end of this trial.

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