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  • When innocent defendants falsely confess: analyzing the ramifications of entering Alford pleas in the context of the burgeoning innocence movement.

    ...(48) Researchers sampled 16,152 state inmates; the U.S. Census Bureau ... his attorney even tried and failed to suppress the confession before trial. (146) Thus, Davis ...For example, courts in Georgia, Idaho, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin all ... Damien Echols's Reply in Support of Motion for a New Trial at 2, Echols v. State, No. CR ...

  • 466 U.S. 109 (1984), 82-1167, United States v. Jacobsen

    ... substance with intent to distribute, their motion to suppress the evidence on the ground that the ... the bags out of the tube, and extracted a sample of the powder." 683 F.2d 296, 297 (CA8 1982). At ...692, 696 (1981); Reid v. Georgia , 448 U.S. 438, 440, n. (1980) (per curiam); ...

  • Asymmetry as fairness: reversing a peremptory trend.

    ...(296) Thus, for example, the Georgia Governor's Office heralded the state's move to ... verdict, because it is more likely to suppress racial bias in deliberations and to challenge ... judge must recuse or transfer the recusal motion to another judge); thirty-one states do not allow ... would be found in a random population sample."). . (174.) See Nancy Gertner, Is the Jury Worth ...

  • 761 F.3d 1285 (11th Cir. 2014), 12-15093, United States v. Roy

    ...A motion to suppress the evidence seized during the .... . ." (citation omitted)); Wood v. Georgia , 450 U.S. 261, 265 n.5, 101 S.Ct. 1097, 1100 ... to compel the defendant to provide a DNA sample was not a critical stage after considering ...

  • IP, R.I.P.

    ... opposition to defendant's summary judgment motion, the plaintiff submitted affidavits by Wolfe's ... rights, which are descendible in Georgia. (147) At trial, Maureen testified that she ...IP owners often seek to suppress such unflattering uses of an image or likeness, ...'s Heir over Copyright Claims to Flute Sample in 1999 Hip-Hop Classic Big Pimpin', daily Mail ...

  • Massachusetts Genetic Bill of Rights: chipping away at genetic privacy.

    ... convicted of a felony to submit a DNA sample, which becomes part of a state DNA database. (53) ... Right to Privacy paved the way for the Georgia Supreme Court to be the first court to recognize ... constitutional violations, by suppressing evidence and confessions that are obtained by the ... of Massachusetts denied the defendant's motion to suppress because Article Twelve does not apply ...

  • Implementing the lessons from wrongful convictions: an empirical analysis of eyewitness identification reform strategies.

    ... reform, exhibited for example by the Georgia and Maryland experiences with voluntary policies, ...) The model policy created by LEMIT offers "sample standard operating procedures," including ... compliance with the policies through suppression. And it remains to be seen whether courts will .... (30.) See Gary L. Wells et al., Why Do Motions to Suppress Suggestive Eyewitness Identifications ...

  • 676 Fed.Appx. 842 (11th Cir. 2017), 16-11594, United States v. Hinton

    ... District of Georgia. D.C. Docket No. 2:14-cr-00025-RWS-JCF-1. . ... district court erred in denying his motion to suppress. evidence that resulted from an initial DNA match between a. sample taken from the crime scene and a DNA profile that ...

  • United States v. Hinton, 011817 FED11, 16-11594

    ... District of Georgia D.C. Docket No. 2:14-cr-00025-RWS-JCF-1. . ... district court erred in denying his motion to suppress. evidence that resulted from an initial DNA match between a. sample taken from the crime scene and a DNA profile that ...

  • The Black Box

    Introduction I. Reasons That Reveal the Internal Regulation of Prosecutors A. Reasons of Procedure: Executive Exclusion B. Reasons of Substance: The Criminal Law C. Reasons of Proof: Victims and Prior Relationships D. Reasons of Policy: Resource Limits E. Summary: The Legal Founda tions of Reasoned Discretion II. Race and Unstated Reasons A. Whence Criminal Justice Bias ? B. Whither Criminal...

    ... of William and Mary, The University of Georgia School of Law, and Washington University School ... defense lawyer down the road would file a motion to exclude key evidence, that the judge could ... charges after judges granted motions to suppress evidence due to improper searches or seizures. 29 ...88 . This sample of cases illustrates, we think, how timidly the ...

  • 30 F.3d 1144 (9th Cir. 1994), 92-10619, United States v. Chischilly

    ... that Chischilly consented to give a blood sample despite his prior request for an attorney; (4) ... on August 20, 1991, the district court suppressed this statement as having been obtained in ... The district court denied Chischilly's motion to suppress this evidence at a pretrial hearing ...See Georgia Sargeant, DNA Evidence Finding Stricter Scrutiny, ...

  • Race, place, and power.

    ...The natural experiment set into motion by Gingles could be exploited in additional ways. .... (18.) See infra Part III.A. . (19.) Georgia v. Ashcroft, 539 U.S. 461,490-91 (2003). . (20.) ... of residence, I imputed the state using a sample of roughly 1.5 million respondents from the 1970 ... districts with at-large voting systems suppress minority representation. See supra note 102 and ...

  • The constitutional protection of information in a digital age.

    ... in cannabis, however, the evidence was suppressed at trial. (164) The Court affirmed the ... law enforcement officers to collect DNA samples from a person who is arrested for, but not yet ...Pauley III, granted the NSA's motion to dismiss the ACLU's complaint finding the NSA's ...765, 783 (1978); see Stanley v. Georgia, 394 U.S. 557, 564 (1969) ("It is .. well ...

  • The Supreme Court giveth and the Supreme Court taketh away: the century of Fourth Amendment "search and seizure" doctrine.

    ..." rule by the simple expedient of making a motion for return of the papers prior to rather than ... to establish his standing during a suppression hearing could not be admitted against the ..., (271) which concluded that taking a blood sample from a defendant charged with drunk driving ...Georgia (352) the justices ruled that warrants could not ...

  • 809 F.2d 702 (11th Cir. 1987), 82-8683, Moore v. Kemp

    ... v. . Ralph KEMP, Warden, Georgia Diagnostic and Classification . Center, ...The court denied the motion. Petitioner claims that this denial deprived him ... found in the body of the victim and on samples of Green's blood and saliva. According to the ... further time to prepare a motion to suppress evidence the State had obtained during the search ...

  • 779 F.3d 1212 (11th Cir. 2015), 14-11857, Everett v. Sec'y, Fla. Dep't of Corr.

    ... .          Upon Everett's motion, this Court expanded the COA to include an ...Request for Consent for DNA Samples--November 19 , 2001 . . ... .           H. Motion to Suppress . .          Prior to trial, defense ... between Fort Payne, Alabama and Sylvania, Georgia. Everett attended church " for awhile" in the ...

  • 311 F.3d 1288 (11th Cir. 2002), 01-10215, Crawford v. Head

    ... v. . Frederick HEAD, Warden, Georgia Diagnostic Prison, Respondent-Appellee. . No. ... 2000, the district court denied Crawford's motion to alter and amend the judgment. ... he tested known head, pubic and arm hair samples taken from Crawford, as well as hair samples from ... court concludes that the State did not suppress evidence favorable to the petitioner. . . Also ...

  • 193 F.3d 613 (3rd Cir. 1999), 96-7623/7624/7625, In re In re TMI Litigation

    ... d. Neuwirth's Soil Sample Analyses and Armentrout's. ..., in July of 1992, the defendants filed a motion for summary judgment directed to the forty-two ... that radiation at high levels can suppress the annual growth of tree rings and that ... science and health physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. . . He is currently ...

  • Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is amending its existing standards for . OSHA has determined that employees exposed to respirable crystalline silica at the previous permissible exposure limits face a significant risk of material impairment to their health. The evidence in the record for this rulemaking indicates that workers exposed to respirable crystalline silica are at

    ... 50 mug/m3 as determined by a full-shift sample for up to a 10-hour workday over a 40-hour ...On December 11, 2009, ACCSH passed motions supporting the concept of Table 1 in the draft ... cause cancer), and inhibition of tumor suppressor genes, all of which are non-genotoxic mechanisms ... 18e) of attapulgite clay workers in Georgia in which the authors concluded that there was a ...

  • Post-Racialism

    Rather than treat as a political trend or social fact, this Article argues that in its current iteration is a twenty-first century ideology that reflects a belief that due to racial progress the state need not engage in race-based decision-making or adopt race-based remedies, and that civil society should eschew race as a central organizing principle of social action. Post-racial logic calls...

    ... 1970s-1980s, post-racial representations suppress and marginalize collective Black political ...According to testimony in a later motion in court, the DA reportedly threatened the black ... Jackson noted, Jena represents "just a DNA sample of what's happening around the country" with .... See Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, 30 U.S. (5 Pet.) 1, 17-18 (1831) (circumscribing ...

  • 502 F.3d 931 (9th Cir. 2007), 03-99010, United States v. Mitchell

    ... for plain error where defendant made no motion to remove after juror announced desire to leave). ...          Mitchell sought to suppress his post-arrest statements on the ground that ..." (DNA sequence segments) taken from a sample at different "loci" (positions on a chromosome), ...Georgia, 428 U.S. 153, 203-04, 96 S.Ct. 2909, 49 L.Ed.2d ...

  • 117 F.3d 866 (5th Cir. 1997), 95-50582, Pierce v. Smith

    ...The court granted the defendants' motion on all claims except the Fourth Amendment claim ... monitored the excretion of the urine sample. The record suggests that Dr. Pierce excreted the ...In Chandler, the Court observed that the Georgia testing "permits a candidate to provide the urine ... trial court granted Prouse's motion to suppress the marihuana, "finding the stop and detention to ...

  • Police-worn body cameras: An antidote to the "Ferguson effect"?

    ...(118) However, California, Florida, Georgia, illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, ... of an incident and reviewing them in slow motion--all after the fact--may not reflect the ... of improper conduct, fewer motions to suppress statements, more guilty pleas and guilty ... Rosenfeld found the fifty-six-city sample to be a "reasonable proxy" for the seventy to ...

  • 463 U.S. 354 (1983), 81-5195, Jones v. U.s.

    ...Remar filed a brief for the Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc., as amicus curiae. ... convicted, any more than the question in a motion to suppress an allegedly coerced confession at a ... 3, 11 (1976) ("Whatever the behavior sample the clinician selects, it is no secret that the ...

  • 753 F.2d 877 (11th Cir. 1985), 84-8176, McCleskey v. Kemp

    ... Court for the Northern District of Georgia.         Before GODBOLD, Chief Judge, ...  The district court granted petitioner's motion for an evidentiary hearing on his claim of ... (CSS), consisted of a random stratified sample of all persons indicted for murder from 1973 ... already being considered and distort or suppress their influence. The most accurate models strike ...