Then on the evening of December 22, appellant again set the same scene, starting with a bath for his wife and ending with her blindfolded on the bed in a nightgown. As his wife described the events for the jury, she felt someone approach the bed, move her nightgown up and spread her legs, and felt oral sex begin.
Anyone who has ever watched Quackenbush in trial will agree that nobody fights harder for their clients.
In November 2007, however, they learned she was pregnant with their second child.
On December 15 of that year, with his wife's agreement, appellant bathed and blindfolded her before they engaged in oral sex and sexual intercourse without incident.
Every human being regardless of culture, creed, class, background, race or any other distinguishing characteristic is likely to experience some sort of emotional or mental disturbance throughout the course of their lives.
The way you think about aspects of your current life or past experiences can move you from healthy, normal distress to more problematic mental heath disturbance.