Bradshaw v. Stumpf

NACDL amicus curiae brief arguing that a prosecutor's use of inconsistent theories in two capital cases involving the same murder, that is, identifying two different "shooters" in two separate trials against different defendants, denies a defendant of Due Process of law.

Brief filed: 04/19/2005

Documents

Bradshaw v. Stumpf

United States Supreme Court; Case No. 04-637

Argument(s)

 

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Author(s)

Prof. Ellen Podgor, Georgia State Univ. College of Law, Atlanta.