Is it required to prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" who shook the baby in a shaken baby syndrome case?
Often, prosecutors and district attorneys will not proceed due to an inability to prove when exactly the child's injury occurred, and they are limited to calling only the physician, coroner or medical examiner who saw the child to the witness stand when attempting to prove the timing of the injury. The Keane Law Firm, however, does not face the same limitations: we are able to hire top physicians from all over the country to prove the time at which a baby was injured.
If you believe that your baby or a baby you know may be suffering from shaken baby syndrome, you can contact our firm for compassionate and professional answers to your questions, helpful resources and information, and an evaluation of your unique situation.
Contact shaken baby syndrome attorney Chris Keane via the web or call 1-888-592-KIDS.
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