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Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Monday, December 19, 2005

Quoted CrimProfs

Gerald Reamey of St. Mary's tells the St. Antonio Express that charging a witness with murder for lying at trial to send a defendant to death row is a long shot.

Texas CrimProf Mike Sharot is talks to the Daily Texan about UT's new law dean.

South Carolina CrimProf Ken Gaines discusses the difficulties with proving recklessness in a homidice prosecution.

Georgia State CrimProf Anne Emanuel, in the Altanta Journal Constitution, discusses a Georgia Supreme Court decision overturning the conviction of a gang member on technical grounds.

Florida CrimProf Chistopher Slobogin tells The Herald that suppressed confessions are few and far between.

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