Carlos Rashad Gould may be the luckiest federal inmate in Texas. Few indigent prisoners have a team of expensive civil lawyers working pro bono on their appeals, as Gould does. Still fewer get their cases heard at the U.S. Supreme Court, as Gould learned that he would when the court granted his petition for writ of certiorari. Jones Day partners David Horan (pictured, left) and David Schenck represent Gould.
Gunning For a Mandatory Minimum
February 1, 2010
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