Excerpts from this story referencing "Law":
"… in New York City meshed with their interest in post-conviction DNA testing.Lawyer Barry Scheck, director of the Innocence Project, sued the St. Louis pro …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "law practice":
"… e that Resch would receive no disciplinary action, Steve Watson closed his law practice and moved to Vermont. "I just couldn't stomach it anymore," Watson said. E …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Dallas Morning News":
"… of jury selection will likely be questioned in some cases. During 2002, theDallas Morning News demonstrated the continuing nature of the problem with a front-page s …"
"… s about imposing a death sentence. Miller-El's petition referred to a Dallas Morning News series based on 100 randomly selected felony trials. It showed that 8 …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "America":
"… rofessor, joined the public debate with his book The Death Penalty in America. Bedau approached prosecutorial conduct and actual innocence issues from a …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Missouri":
"… eviewer who lives in Columbia, Mo. After graduating from the University of Missouri Journalism School in 1970, he worked eight years as a newspaper and magazi …"
"… ative reporting, critical reviewing, and feature writing off and on at the Missouri Journalism School. Weinberg is the author of seven nonfiction books, inclu …"
"… co companies.Writer: Brooke Williams graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in December 2001. While attending college, she worked …"
"… ked as a police and courts reporter and a sports reporter for the Columbia Missourian, a morning newspaper. From September to December 2001, she was the Washi …"