Justice Delayed: Nine Death Row Inmates Lost Appeals Due to Late Filings By Counsel

April 4, 2009 at 8:50 am (Capital Punishment, Death Penalty, execution, Foreign News, Uncategorized, United States)

Jonathon Turley writes about nine recent death penalty cases in Texas where appeals were lost due to the tardiness of lawyers, and in one case where a judge ordered the clerk’s office to close early when a last-minute appeal on a death penalty case was in the offing.
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