ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Court overturns conviction in 2005 child neglect case

CARSON CITY – In a 2-1 decision, the Nevada Supreme Court has voided the
second-degree murder conviction of Charlene Snyder in a highly publicized child

neglect case in Las Vegas.

The court said trial lawyer David Schieck failed to request a psychiatric
evaluation prior to advising her to plead guilty.

Snyder’s 2-year-old daughter, Adacelli, had cerebral palsy and weighed only
11 pounds at the time of her death in the summer of 2005. She was found dead
inside the family’s mobile home in a room filled with animal and human feces and
rotting food.

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ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Suicide: 20 Year Old Woman: England

A FORMER Bolton School pupil who suffered from “dark
moods” took a fatal overdose of anti-depressants, an inquest heard.

Fay Turner died aged just 20 in July after a row with her ex-boyfriend.

The overdose of prescribed medication was the latest in a number taken by Miss
Turner, who had a history of mental health illnesses including anorexia and

Miss Turner’s father, Philip Turner, of Andrew Lane, Bolton,
described his daughter as a bright girl.

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