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Amanda Knox, the Appeals Process, and Moneyball

Posted in News, Opinions and Analysis, Preservation of Error, Uncategorized

Today, my recent post on Amanda Knox was quoted by Ronald V. Miller in his Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog. He picks up on my point about the Knox case and other high-profile cases with an unexpected result. For clients and potential clients, such cases reinforce the often mistaken idea that, if you keep on slugging until… Continue Reading