For your consideration, here's a variety of criminal justice news stories, I'll been reading:
Out of Memphis, we've got the story of an attorney asked to defend a District Attorney's ethical decisions in a death penalty cases, who passes out.
Out of Knoxville, we've got an acquittal of a judge who doesn't "rehab" but wants a "revolution."
Out of Nashville, a great story about how lying hurts everyone. Especially people that go back to prison because of a lie.
All three cases represent great advocacy by dedicated attorneys.
From the Marshall Project, a story on the continuing question of how the juvenile brain develops.
From the ABA, a highlight of an upcoming case about whether sex offenders can use social media.
The best stories you'll want to know about from Tennessee and around the country.
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