Life sentence overturned, suspect was in jail when crime occurred

, December 12, 2011

A Texas man had a life sentence for robbery overturned after his defense attorney found he was in jail at the time of the crime. While it’s an airtight alibi and strong argument against placing too much value on any one piece of evidence, you have to wonder why the attorney didn’t check that before […]

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Author John Grisham laments bad courtroom science.

, December 8, 2011

Too often, evidence is presented and not properly challenged. Here’s what one group is doing to fight that. Author John Grisham laments bad courtroom science

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