The narrative of death row inmate William Kelley's Supreme Court appeal, which reads like a crime thriller, complete with love triangles and alleged misconduct by prosecutors and defense lawyers, isn't the only thing apt to catch justices' attention at their conference Thursday. Among the lawyers arrayed on Kelley's side are two political opposites: former Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr and Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe, in his first capital case before the high court.
Death Unites Two Foes in Supreme Court Appeal
May 11, 2005
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