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Guilty or not guilty. In the United States, a person is considered innocent until proven guilty. In the USA court of law the verdict is “guilty” or “not guilty” instead of “guilty” or “innocent.” Not guilty does not mean innocent. But, are the acquitted innocent?

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This week I’m revisiting my buddy, Ronnie, and his big sister Doris, who cares for him at home. We collaborated to publish two columns about a year ago titled, “Living and Dying the Choices I’ve Made” and “Something just told me”.

This is the last of a three-part series on Willard and Helen. Hopefully you read the first two; if not, I’ll bring you up to speed. Willard enrolled in our hospice program at age 76 with end-stage complications from a catastrophic stroke. Willard is now unresponsive and requires the total ca…

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Guilty or not guilty. In the United States, a person is considered innocent until proven guilty. In the USA court of law the verdict is “guilty” or “not guilty” instead of “guilty” or “innocent.” Not guilty does not mean innocent. But, are the acquitted innocent?

  • Updated

This week I’m revisiting my buddy, Ronnie, and his big sister Doris, who cares for him at home. We collaborated to publish two columns about a year ago titled, “Living and Dying the Choices I’ve Made” and “Something just told me”.

This is the last of a three-part series on Willard and Helen. Hopefully you read the first two; if not, I’ll bring you up to speed. Willard enrolled in our hospice program at age 76 with end-stage complications from a catastrophic stroke. Willard is now unresponsive and requires the total ca…