A missing court transcript of a Michigan murder trial has highlighted a frequent problem encountered by the courts: What happens when transcripts, or crucial portions of them, go missing?
That’s at the heart of a recent controversy brewing in Detroit, where convicted murderer Elroy Jones is seeking an appeal.
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