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A resource for defending Len Bias homicide cases

Under the aegis of the Northeastern University School of Law Health in Justice Action Lab, a group of legal, public policy, and public health academics has put together a “Drug-Induced Homicide Defense Toolkit” and posted it on the Social Science Research Network. Though it is not specific to Wisconsin, has a lot of generally relevant information that will be of benefit to practitioners regardless of the specifics and peculiarities of their jurisdiction’s law. It will be “a living document” subject to updating and expansion, with a link to the most current version on the first page of the document. (H/t to Michael Cicchini.)

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