It took a dozen lawyers and more than $1 million in donated fees, but last week a cadre of Texas, New York and Washington, D.C., defense lawyers may have extracted a bit of justice for 38 defendants in Tulia, Texas, who the lawyers say were wrongly convicted in a sweeping drug bust four years ago. Last week the prosecution and the defense agreed to stipulate that the police officer involved in the arrests was not credible.
Justice in a Small Town
April 7, 2003
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