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Prosecutor’s Note Questioning Witnesses’ Credibility Leads to a Murderer’s Appeal
Prosecutor’s Note Questioning Witnesses’ Credibility Leads to a Murderer’s Appeal

The Supreme Court of Tennessee recently issued an opinion in Cyrus Deville Wilson vs. State of Tennessee , a case concerning whether a notation in the prosecutor’s file expressing her opinions to the lack of credibility of the State’s witnesses is newly discovered evidence ...

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Blog posts in April, 2012

  • Alarming Flaws in Forensic Analysis Revealed

    by Janie Parks The Washington Post reported earlier this week about potential flaws in forensic analysis by the FBI. In the early 1990's the Justice ...

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  • Supreme Court hears argument on cocaine cases

    by Lee Davis Supreme Court staircase At 10 a.m. today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on how to sentence those convicted for dealing in crack ...

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  • Gov. Haslam allows evolution bill to become TN law

    by Lee Davis Gov. Bill Haslam allowed House Bill 368/ Senate Bill 893 , the evolution bill, to become law without his signature. The governor's move ...

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  • Shocking Allegations Concerning Behavior of Knoxville Judge in Christian/Newsom Slaying

    by Lee Davis A Knoxville Criminal Court judge was so addicted to pain drugs during his last several years serving on the bench that he was having sex ...

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  • 6th Circuit Appeals Court Upholds Child Pornographer’s Life Sentence

    by Lee Davis UNITED STATES v. STEPHEN LYNN HAMMONDS The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit upheld the life sentence of a Jackson, Tennessee ...

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  • New Tennessee Campus Crime Report Released

    By Jay Perry The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (“TBI”) recently released their annual Crime on Campus Report for 2011. This report contains an ...

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  • Tennessee Legislature takes on Judicial Misconduct

    by Lee Davis Tennessee Senate According to a recent report by the Tennessean , the Tennessee Senate has unanimously approved a bill that would change ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Permits Strip Searches of Any Inmate No Matter the Crime

    Florence v. County of Burlington Imagine, if you will, that you were arrested for a "minor" crime such as failing to pay child support. Imagine you ...

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