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"Analysis: Who Gets to Define the Crime?," by Domenic Powell, Regulatory Review, December 10, 2018.

"Flawed testimony led to his conviction 39 years ago. Now, prosecutors say he can go free.," by Brittany Horn, Delaware News Journal, December 5, 2018.

"From convicted felon to attorney: Man's story of redemption touches thousands," by Hannah Morse, Palm Beach Post, December 3, 2018.

"Destroyed: How the trashing of rape kits failed victims and jeopardizes public safety," BY Ashley Fantz, Sergio Hernandez, and Sonam Vashi, CNN, November 29, 2018.

"Editorial: Testimony worth the second look," Daily Press, November 24, 2018.

"Business, Progressives Unite at Supreme Court Against Big Fines," by Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, Bloomberg Law, November 21, 2018.

"Kingstree native receives Executive Director’s Award from the Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar," King Street News, November 20, 2018.

"Supreme Court turns down appeal from British woman on Texas death row," by Keri Blakinger, Houston Chronicle, November 18, 2018.

"Flawed testimony helped send people to Virginia prisons. But the state doesn’t know how many.," by Marie Albiges, Virginian-Pilot, November 18, 2018.

"Voir Dire Podcast: The Trial Penalty Report," Harvard Law School, November 15, 2018.

"Editorial: Police body cameras are a plus, not a panacea," Times-Union, November 15, 2018.

"How to Stop Dirty Cops from Putting Innocent People in Prison," by Alison Flowers, Vice, October 29, 2018.

"Suspicious packages spotlight vast postal surveillance system," By Steven Melendez, Fast Company, October 25, 2018.

"Supreme Court Amicus Curiae Review: ‘Friends Of The Court' Roared Back In 2017–18 Term," by Anthony J. Franze and R. Reeves Anderson, National Law Journal, October 21, 2018.

"The culprit’s name remains unknown. But he licked a stamp, and now his DNA stands indicted.," by Meagan Flynn, Washington Post, October 17, 2018.

"‘Marsy’s Law’ Protections for Crime Victims Sound Great, but Could Cause Problems," by Sophie Quinton, Pew Research Center, October 12, 2018.

"The Vanishing Federal Criminal Trial," by Robert J. Anello and Richard F. Albert, New York Law Journal, October 10, 2018.

"Feds to judge: We still think we can put GPS trackers on cars entering US," by Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica, October 6, 2018.

"Meet Drew Findling, the go-to lawyer for some of Atlanta's biggest rappers," By Natelegé Whaley, Mic, October 5, 2018.

"Build independent institutions: this is the great deficit of the country," by Irene Bonito, La Gaceta, September 29, 2018.

"Billboard's 2018 R&B/Hip-Hop 100 Power Players Revealed," Billboard, September 27, 2018.

"Editorial: New pre-trial discovery rules long overdue," Free Lance-Star, September 27, 2018.

"DA considers appeal of tainted-witness hearing," by Wheeler Cowperthwaite, Cape Cod Times, September 25, 2018.

"Improving legal representation for the indigent," by Olivia Covington, Indiana Lawyer, September 19, 2018.

"Criminal Justice Reformers Slam Marijuana Bill’s Drug Conviction Ban," by Tom Angell, Marijuana Moment, September 12, 2018.

"N.C. supporters kick off $5 million campaign for a victims’ rights amendment," by Jim Morrill, Charlotte Observer, September 10, 2018.

"Bill making it easier to deport criminals passes House," by Dennis Romero, NBC News, September 7, 2018.

"In reversal, Virginia courts to allow defendants to see police reports, witness lists," by The Daily Progress, September 6, 2018.

"In reversal, Virginia courts to allow defendants to see police reports, witness lists," by Tom Jackman, Washington Post, September 6, 2018.

"When Forensic Evidence Goes Bad," by Brian Saady, The American Conservative, August 28, 2018.

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