Zuckerman Spaeder partner Paul Shechtman recounts the crime of John Leo Brady and Donald Boblit, Boblit's multiple confessions (not all of which were provided to Brady's defense), the appeals of Brad
...depth forensic psychiatric examination sought here was a logical extension of an IQ exam permitted under Anderson by Anderson v. Seigel...
Ronnell Wilson is not mentally retarded and can once again appear before a jury that will decide whether he should be executed for the murder of two undercover police officers on Staten Island in 200
...death sentence was vacated, claim he is mildly retarded. An IQ score of approximately 70 is considered by the American Psychiatric Association to...
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