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“I didn’t think anything of him in particular,” he said.

The attorney's client, Richard Henry Patterson, 63, is accused of choking his girlfriend of four months, Francisca Marquinez, 60, to death. (Erika Pesantes)The victim’s son criticized the defense strategy.“It’s a desperate man trying a desperate tactic," said Marquinez’s son, Omar Andrade, 41, who lives in New York.A man accused of murdering his girlfriend in her bedroom is now saying she accidentally choked to death while performing oral sex.He wants a judge’s permission to show the jury his penis to prove it. And while his request is unusual, Patterson’s attorney Ken Padowitz said it is key to his argument, which he called a variation on the “rough sex” defense that has been used in numerous trials across the country over the years.But the autopsy also notes that the body was in an early stage of decomposition, making some bruising more difficult to detect with certainty.The medical examiner was unable to reach a definitive conclusion about the cause and manner of death.“It is rare in a murder case that the medical examiner can’t say the manner of death is a homicide,” Padowitz said.“The backlash is something you need to get in front of during the jury selection process,” she said.

David’s client in a 2009 case was accused of raping a woman and killing her.

Certified sex therapist Jane Brown, LPC, in private practice in Birmingham, AL, suggests that patients buy a copy of the book The New Male Sexuality, by Bernie Zilbergeld, Ph D. “If your date is not going to be sensitive to these issues, do you really want to continue with that person? When you have ED, sometimes you can obsess about having an erection and lose sight of the big picture.

Leave it on the coffee table as a conversation kick-starter for when your potential partner comes over, she says. Plus, ED problems can come and go, which can make you even more anxious.

her death is consistent with being accidentally sexually asphyxiated during oral sex,” Padowitz wrote in the motion. The view by the jury is essential for them to fully understand Dr.

Wright’s testimony and the defense in this case.”Wright was Broward’s chief medical examiner from 1980 until 1994.

I choked Francisca.”“He said he choked her,” said Padowitz.