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Plea bargaining in the shadow of a retrial

Attorney Keith Findley and colleagues have a new paper out. They examined cases in the postconviction context to determine how often prosecutors use their plea-bargaining power to preserve a conviction even when the conviction appears deeply flawed and the chances that the defendant is innocent are high. Guess what they found . . .

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