...on the part of lots of people — the Innocence Project, the NACDL and at the lab and in the general counsel's office...
The U.S. Supreme Court does not take many military petitions, but 37 retired admirals and generals from all four service branches are strongly urging the justices to review the case of former Army Ra
The Supreme Court's 2011-12 term could be considered the "year of the amicus" based on the prominent role friend-of-the-court briefs played at the high court. The term saw a record-breaking 136 amicu
The start of the fall term in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit wasn't a particularly pleasant one for the U.S. Justice Department, which found itself last week taking a barrage of quest
National Law Journal
National Law Journal
'Lafler' and 'Frye' provide important remedy to criminal defendants who receive ineffective counsel, but neither helps lawyers decide whether to go to trial
The chances of convincing the Supreme Court to grant review in a criminal case are astronomically low. So an increasing number of petitioners are making their pitch to the Court with high-powered ami
...need to function properly." Holder said the ABA and NACDL have formed a working group, with the support of a DOJ Bureau...
...S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) — not-so-common bedfellows — filed an amicus brief supporting a...
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