U.S. Supreme Court Should Undo Death-Row Injustice in Louisiana

OPINION: The state needs high court's guidance on handling exculpatory evidence violations.

, The National Law Journal

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OPINION: The state needs high court's guidance on handling exculpatory evidence violations.

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  • Tim O‘Brien

    Great piece from a great judge. Good to hear from you Pas. Your many friends--like us--remember you fondly.

  • C. Gary Wainwright

    Thank you for your service and integrity. Long gone are the days when criminal defendants in Louisiana even dream for a "fair shake."

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