LNCtips.com Newsletter - December 9, 2014

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Pyramiding of Inferences
As you know, an inference is a sensible conclusion based on both evidence and speculation. For example, if you go to a friend's house and it smells like cabbage, you might infer that your friend had cooked or eaten cabbage in her home. Pyramiding of inferences (also called stacking of inferences) is an evidentiary rule that prohibits a person from stacking one inference upon another to come to a conclusion. Whether you're an independent, in-house, or expert legal nurse consultant, you need to be able to recognize pyramided inferences  Read more. 
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