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The name is the same, but the facts have been changed to protect the attorneys: Strickland, judicial discretion, and appellate decision-making
Gregory J. O’Meara, S.J., The Name is the Same, But the Facts Have Been Changed to Protect the Attorneys: Strickland, Judicial Discretion, and Appellate Decision-Making, 42 Val. U. L. Rev. 687 (2008).
The gap between historical events and the way courts recount them in appellate decisions is highlighted by the differences in fact descriptions offered in the same case: Strickland v. Washington. The Supreme Court's majority ...
Kumho Tire Company: The expansion of the court's role in screening every aspect of every expert's testimony at every stage of the proceedings
Richard Collin Mangrum, Kumho Tire Company: The Expansion of the Court's Role in Screening Every Aspect of Every Expert's Testimony at Every Stage of the Proceedings, 33 Creighton L. Rev. 525 (2000).