The Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court

The Seventh Circuit Has Gone Rogue

Nov. 8, 2015

The Supreme Court's review of Duncan v. Owens is a great example of a easy-sounding case that may have long lasting effects on how the Court views criminal law.  Brett and Nazim talk about why the 7th Circuit granted habeas corpus seemingly out of no where and why this case could be a martyr for broader change.

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