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1-2 sessions is probably a good amount for most people. A lot depends on up how well you’re able to identify problem areas up front.

With more typical tutors that you work with multiple times per week, they can really get to know a student over time. But since I just do a small number of sessions, more depends on whether students can self assess what areas they should ask me about. I know about a lot of topics, but lessons are most effective if you’re able to tell me topics are important in your case.

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David says

I’ve already taken the lsat and finished 1L. Was looking up sites to share for a friend who was about to start the process and found this.

I just wanted to say thanks for doing this. You will be helping even the level playing for many people who are talented and want to attend law school but cannot afford the expensive prep courses. Explanations are how I got better at the lsat as well.

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Member Jerry says

Hello,

Will you be uploading a review on June 2016 PT by any chance?

Thank you for all your hard work and efforts on all of these explanation!

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At some point. Had a major pause due to moving apartments + having to organize some backend stuff. I’m going to be working on both June and September shortly.

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Aki says

Hello. Could you tell me how long are the videos included in LSAT Course Beta? I’m taking September LSAT, and I’m wondering if I can finish everything if I start now.

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Tutor Lucas (LSAT Hacks) says

There are about 28 hours of video spread out over 12 lessons, which you can definitely finish in the three weeks before the 24th. Since you’ve already done some prep, you can also choose to focus on only those videos where you require the most additional review, as each lesson page contains a clear description of the video’s content.

You will also have access to the course for eight months by default, so in the event that you need to postpone your test date, you’ll still be able to access the videos and course content.

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Tina says

The case file makes clear: Leitsch never attempted to interview Johnson. And it appears the detective reviewed the case under the wrong criminal classification, characterizing it as a misdemeanor, rather than a more serious felony offense.

Four criminal justice experts analyzed LMPD records of Richmond’s case at the request of the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting. The experts were unanimous: police botched the investigation.

David Stengel, who oversaw countless Louisville police investigations during his 16-year tenure as Jefferson commonwealth’s attorney, found several holes in this one. The biggest: classifying the alleged crime as a misdemeanor.

Here’s why:

Upon hearing Richmond’s story, Leitsch wrote up the initial complaint as third-degree sexual abuse , a misdemeanor. The maximum penalty for that offense is 90 days in jail and the window for bringing a prosecution is one year.

Stengel said the case should have been investigated as sexual abuse in the first degree a felony. A conviction for that offense can bring up to five years behind bars. And in Kentucky, there is no statute of limitations for a felony prosecution.

First-degree sexual abuse fits with the allegations made in the case, Stengel said. The law also states that felony sexual abuse occurs when someone in a position of authority or special trust subjects a minor to sexual contact. That specifically includes a “religious leader.”

Richmond was 17 at the time. Johnson was her pastor.

As for police not interviewing Johnson, and not consulting with Richmond herself before closing the case, Stengel said they should have done both. Other experts agreed.

David Harris, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, said sex crime allegations involving minors need to be investigated thoroughly and aggressively.

“If there's good evidence of a sex crime, this may have happened to other kids before, and letting it go means other victims may be harmed in the future,” Harris said.

Leitsch, who has since retired from the department, refused to discuss her handling of the case.

“I don’t want to do any interviews,” she said.

Louisville police officials refused to talk about Richmond’s case. They did agree in July to meet and talk generally about sexual assault investigations. But when questions turned to her case, things changed quickly. Three police officials ordered us out of headquarters. Follow-up phone calls and email requests to police were ignored.

But following our repeated inquiries to LMPD, Maranda Richmond did receive a phone call from police, 3 1/2years after they’d closed her case. On the phone, an LMPD detective asked her if she was satisfied with the initial police investigation. She was not.

The detective asked Richmond if she wanted to reopen the case. She did. And police have complied.