The Criminal Justice Act Panel is a group of qualified attorneys, selected by a committee of judges and experienced attorneys to represent individuals in criminal cases who are financially unable to retain counsel. The appointments are made on a rotating basis; the goal is for each attorney on... See More
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- "[I]t is easy for a geofence warrant . . . to cross the threshold into unconstitutionality"
- "There are dogs around the corner"
- With 44,778 collateral consequences nationwide, how do you know which ones affect your client?
- A Criminal Injustice
- She blinded me with junk science
- The Myth of Objectivity in Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence