David S. Marshall Law Blog

When Innocent Defendants Plead Guilty

Basic to the American criminal justice system is the presumption that criminal defendants are innocent. Also fundamental is that a defendant must be acquitted unless guilt is proven beyond a reasonable doubt. These rules aim...
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In the Footsteps of Clarence Darrow

A lot more law students initially contemplate careers in criminal law than those who eventually pursue them. Aimée Sutton and David Marshall share their perspective for those who have steered clear of crime on what...
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