'Suspect Convictions' Ep. 15: Illegally Obtained Evidence and the Death Penalty

Apr 19, 2017

In this episode, we look at some of the broad issues that were raised by the case of Stanley Liggins v. the State of Iowa.

A panel of guests discuss the exclusionary rule, which can block certain types of evidence from being presented in court if the court finds that police obtained them illegally, whether the mention of prior bad acts should be allowed in trial, and issues surrounding the death penalty.

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