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Do We Need A Better Way To Address False Convictions?

As I read A Botched Trial Leads To $30 Million Judgment For Nebraska County That Can’t Pay (Washington Post), I was struck that the story sought sympathy for the county (Gage County, Nebraska) rather than for the six wrongfully convicted people who filed the lawsuit. In short: 68-year-old Helen Wilson was murdered in 1985 by[…]

ITN: Court Orders Woman To Change Online Review

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Published on: 2012.12.08

In The News: Judge orders woman to tone down Yelp review as $750,000 defamation suit heads to court (The Verge) Apparently, Jane Perez posted a review on Yelp and Angie’s List, accusing Dietz Development “of both shoddy workmanship and jewelry theft”. According to The Verge’s story: “A police investigation revealed no conclusive evidence that Dietz[…]

Debates: The Anti-Trust Suit

Two U.S. Presidential candidates weren’t allowed to join the televised debates this year — Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party and Jill Stein of the Green Party. Johnson has now filed an anti-trust lawsuit over the exclusion. So what’s the problem?

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