- Pubblicato Martedì, 18 Ottobre 2011 08: :13
By Andrew Cohen
The Atlantic 17 Oct 2011
The nation has enough problems for legislators and presidential candidates to worry about. So why are they attacking the judiciary?
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 14 Ottobre 2011 02: :17
Garcia Uhrig, Emily,
The Sacrifice of Unarmed Prisoners to Gladiators: The Post-AEDPA Access-to-The-Courts Demand for a Constitutional Right to Counsel in Federal Habeas Corpus (2011). University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Forthcoming; Pacific McGeorge School of Law Research Paper No. 11-05. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1927395
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 14 Ottobre 2011 02: :14
By Spencer Lawton, Special to the Daily Report Monday, October 10, 2011
Via Prof Berman
There are two Troy Davis cases. Davis I was decided on the facts in courts of law, where he was fairly convicted and sentenced, and his appeals were denied.
Davis II is still under way as a public relations campaign where his innocence is proclaimed on the strength of a "doubt" that is manufactured and false, the overarching purpose being to defeat the death penalty.
The mantra has become "no physical evidence, and seven out of nine eyewitnesses recanted." Neither is true.
- Pubblicato Domenica, 09 Ottobre 2011 08: :09
Las Vegas social worker Marisela Quintero tries to help girls who have all but sold their souls to pimps. Some run even when offered a way out. Others wind up dead.
Los Angeles Times October 6, 2011