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January/February 2018
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Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
Features
24 | Attacking “False Evidence” and “Junk Science” in Wrongful Convictions - By Mike Ware
32 | Court-Funded Defense - By Scott Pawgan

Columns
6 | President's Message
9 | Executive Director's Perspective
10 | Editor's Comment
12 | Off the Back
Attacking “False Evidence” and “Junk Science” in Wrongful Convictions
Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Preliminary Matters

Your convicted defendant may or may not have made an unsuccessful previous attempt to obtain post-conviction relief by way of an article 11.07 T.C.C.P. writ.

Court-Funded Defense
Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Introduction

You have a client charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child. There is DNA evidence, a SANE nurse exam, and a forensic interview of the child at the child assessment center.

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