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Court grants writ on faulty witness ID (access required)

Although faulty eyewitness identification has been the basis for most of the convictions overturned by DNA evidence, it’s tough to get an appellate writ granted, much less have a conviction reversed, when the judge or jury believes the witness. So ...

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One way to go

The obituaries column in any newspaper, including ours, tends to be pretty sober and sobering. But from the obits in the Richmond Times-Dispatch yesterday, here’s one that will make you read it twice. A guy who was 67 passed away. ...

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