SCHMA

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SCHMASouth Carolina Healthcare Managers Association (est. 2004)
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In 1992, William Schma, a Circuit Judge in Kalamazoo, Michigan
28, 31 (2006) available at http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publishing/criminal_justice_section_newsletter/cri mjust_cjmag_21_2_youcanteacholddefenders.authcheckdam.pdf (discussing the benefit of having a deferral period after sentencing in a court of general jurisdiction so the defendant may complete certain treatment, secure housing, or take other measures to show the court he or she is making efforts to reform); see also SCHMA, supra note 10, at 88 (explaining the effects of accepting a "nolo" plea in a criminal court versus applying therapeutic jurisprudence tactics and making the defendant admit and acknowledge his or her crime).
(18) The Honorable Peggy Fulton Hora, The Honorable William G Schma & John TA Rosenthal, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Drug Treatment Court Movement: Revolutionizing the Criminal Justice System's Response to Drug Abuse" (1999) 74:2 Notre Dame L Rev 439 at 440-41.
The definition of knowledge as 'biological activity depending on the structure of the body' is also confirmed by the nature of the schmata aisqhsew~: in addition to the five senses (designated as such from the time of Aristotle onwards), the sixth schma is represented by the mouth, i.e.
1415, 1418, 1457-58 (1998) (noting that the legal system, by challenging denials in the adversary system, "can help to puncture false denials and reveal unpleasant truths"); Schma, supra note 87, at 5 (noting that once a defendant has admitted to his guilt at a plea hearing, the judge can use the details of that plea to confront the defendant more effectively at sentencing with the wrongfulness of the behavior).
445, 454-55 (2000); Gilbert et al., supra note 3, at 1175-77; William Schma, Judging for the New Millennium, 37 CT.
JUDGE SCHMA: If I could just respond on that question of expanding to other courts, it is certainly important for us all to remember that we all come from different environments.