Monday, December 23, 2013

The San Antonio Four: Grits for Breakfast post on how the recently enacted Texas junk science writ has been lauded "in the national press." (Must Read. HL);

POST:  "San Antonio Four case, Texas junk science writ lauded in national press," by  Scott Henson, published in his superb Blog  "Grits for Breakfast" on December 17, 2013.

GIST: "A couple of national stories - from USA Today and Time magazine deserve Grits' readers attention related to theSan Antonio Four case and Texas' new law allowing habeas corpus writs for convictions based on junk science. Mike Ware, pictured at right, who's a member of the Innocence Project of Texas board of directors, was lead attorney on the case. The new law was championed in the Texas Legislature by state Sen. John Whitmire and state Rep. Sylvester Turner"

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