Looking at legal appellate process error rate – and its weak cure

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The clamor for ‘error rates’ in forensics seems a strange contrast to the legal system which decides on its admissibility.

Is there a claim of legal malpractice by judges? Read this detailed article on risk management tools available when a judge wanders off the reservation with his/her facts and mistaken logic. The remedial treatment is prolonged and doubtful for defendants.

“Pattern of mis-stated facts found in probe of renowned federal judges”


Telling “whoppers”

It was his handling of one of the most high profile cases – the conviction of former Illinois Gov. George H. Ryan – that caused Easterbrook to be accused of telling repeated “whoppers.”

InJustice Watch

About csidds

Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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