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The Roberts Court Will Not Allow Any Justice to Stand

[ 2 ] November 30, 2011 |

Although it’s sort of touching that they think governors and prosecutors will take scientific findings showing evidence to be unreliable into account if appellate courts can’t.    The other salient fact about the case is Kagan joining the majority.

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  1. Anderson says:

    Although it’s sort of touching that they think governors and prosecutors will take scientific findings showing evidence to be unreliable into account if appellate courts can’t.

    Hm — I thought, “they ruled on eyewitness evidence already?” And the way you describe this case, the eyewitness issue doesn’t sound promising.

  2. quodlibet says:

    The other salient fact about the case is Kagan joining the majority.

    Who could have predicted it?

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