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Results tagged “Suppression; proffer statements; liability for omissions” from New York Federal Criminal Practice

 

The NYSACDL has published the second edition of its excellent revitalized Atticus.  It's well worth checking out - Donna Newman gives a fascinating fly-on-the-wall account of the Russian spy case, and Donald Thompson has a moving essay on a wrongful conviction.  I have also contributed a piece highlighting some recent Second Circuit cases, including three cases not previously mentioned in this blog:  United States v. Julius (suppression); United States v. Sabhnani (liability for omissions, and also interesting on the issue of venue transfer and psychological evaluations of government witnesses); and United States v. Oluwanisola (proffer statements). 

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