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(The Atlantic)   Spiffy: New law will let prisoners get an writ of Habeas Corpus to get a hearing to challenge convictions involving expert testimony they believe was based on "junk science". Strange: in Texas. Scary: It is the only law of its kind in the US   (theatlantic.com ) divider line
    More: Interesting, Texas, convictions, expert testimony, forensic pathologists, criminal procedure  
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2014-02-28 01:40:03 PM  
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namatad: how hard is this people?

1) do not talk to the police, other than to ask "Am I under arrest? Am I free to go?"
2) do not sign ANYTHING, ever

the police are not your friends.
the police are the devil


Someone sounds guilty.
2014-02-28 01:35:23 PM  
1 vote:

Fano: Three Crooked Squirrels: "an writ"?  Is that a typo, or like a British thing or something?

Trolling is a art in Limeyland.


Being pillaged by everyone will cause that.
 
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