A man named Dr. John Caffey is commonly credited with the discovery of shaken baby syndrome. His research and the research and hypotheses of several other doctors became the basis for medical evidence in shaken baby syndrome cases. According to these doctors, the presence of subdural hemorrhage, retinal hemorrhage, and encephalopathy meant that the baby had been shaken .
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In the past few decades, doubts have been cast on the reliability of this hypothesis. Although it is accepted that brain injury and subdural hemorrhaging is caused by impact, it is questioned whether shaking can produce these same results.
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Being accused of injuring your child or a child you were taking care of is a terrifying experience. Although much evidence has come to light in recent years that has cast doubt on what used to immediately lead prosecutors to the conclusion that the infant suffered from shaken baby syndrome, accusations of this form of abuse can land you in serious legal trouble. With a knowledgeable defense attorney on your side, you can rest knowing that your rights are being upheld and that all evidence will be examined from a fair standpoint. With a scientific background, Attorney Lorin Zaner has the experience and knowledge you need to fight for a just outcome on your behalf. He has represented many individuals facing “Shaken Baby Syndrome” charges and has obtained successful results!
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 Wyngnanski-Jaffe T, Morad Y, Levin AV, Pathology of retinal hemorrhage in abusive head trauma, Forensic Sci Med Pathol (2009) 5:291–297 DOI 10.1007/s12024-009-9134-4
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