Quick Clicks

Can Prosecutors Put the Same Gun in the Hands of More Than One Shooter?

John Thompson vs. American Justice

The Power of Prosecutors

2 responses to “Quick Clicks

  1. Well, you have to give it a close reading, but Pyle v. Kansas, 317 US 213 (1942) held that inconsistent prosecutions are a due process violation, and it has never been overruled. More like forgotten. Scalia certainly forgot it.

  2. Actually I blogged about this some time ago. At some point we should try to understand why the obvious in 1942 has become so obscured in the 21st century.

    https://strikelawyer.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/more-due-process-error-needing-correction/

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