In Texas, Mark McLaughlan’s capital murder trial brings medical experts to the stand. Mr. McLaughlan will not be testifying. He is charged of knowingly causing the death of toddler, Cayson Mosley. Cayson was two years-old when he died at Cook Children’s Hospital in September 2005. He had multiple bruises and abrasions located on his neck, torso and extremities that were sustained while in the presence of Mr. McLaughlan.
The defense attorneys found retired forensic pathologist, Dr. Peter J. Stephens to review the case. The retired doctor agreed that Cayson died as a result of blunt force injury to the head. The prosecuting attorneys called upon Dr. Randall Alexander from the University of Florida. Dr. Alexander serves as the chief of the Division of Child Protection and Forensic Pediatrics. Dr. Alexander agrees that Cayson died from abusive head trauma that was a massive injury.
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Attorney Christopher Keane has devoted his Bay Area practice to representing children whose lives have been irrevocably altered by abuse, neglect, injury, or death. He is a member of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center (SFCAPC), and is currently serving as the co-Vice President on their Board of Directors. The prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers has awarded Christopher Keane a top rating and, reflecting his dedication to professional excellence. In addition, Mr. Keane is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum Top Trial Lawyers in America, listed in the top 500 Plaintiff's attorneys in America by Lawdragon.com and as a principal member of Keane Law has acted as lead plaintiff’s lawyer on a number of successful multi-million dollar cases.