Criminal Law professor Leslie Garfield is quoted in the Associated Press and Reuters regarding Casey Anthony’s murder trial, and it was picked up by over 2,000 articles.
Criminal Law professor Leslie Garfield is quoted in an article by the Associated Press regarding Casey Anthony’s murder trial.
“I think (the prosecutors) did as best they could with the evidence that they have,” said Leslie Garfield, a criminal law professor at Pace Law School in New York. “The problem is that all 12 jurors have to find a verdict unanimously beyond all reasonable doubt. So you wind up having a pretty heavy burden.”
– The Associated Press
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A Pace Law School professor Jill Gross is quoted in an article in The Guardian.
A Pace Law School professor Jill Gross is quoted in an article in The Guardian:
It is unlikely that the plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit will ever get a penny back from [Dick] Cheney’s Halliburton now, but there are some immediate winners. “The supreme court’s unanimous opinion sends a strong signal that lower courts cannot use class certification as a procedural device to block investors from vindicating their statutory rights,” Pace University law school professor Jill Gross told Reuters.
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