Kash Register and Loyola Law School of LA’s Project for the Innocent

Much of my work involves denying federal habeas petitions from state prisoners convicted of murder. Almost always, they make absurd claims that they are innocent. In that same vein, I constantly remind myself that there is a possibility that one of these days I will toss a habeas petition and condemn an innocent person to death or life in prison all because I am a jaded old man. As an object lesson, and with thanks to an Admiral in the Nebraska Navy, I highly recommend reading this recent piece in the LA Times about a fellow named Kash Register and Loyola Law School’s Project for the Innocent.

RGK

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