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Daniel Pollack, attorney and professor at Yeshiva University’s School of Social Work in New York City, and Elisa Reiter, board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. (Courtesy photos)

In late August, the Supreme Court of Florida affirmed the denial of postconviction relief and habeas petition of Tina Lasonya Brown. Ms. Brown was one of three people who kidnapped and killed 19-year-old Audreanna Zimmerman. Zimmerman was gagged, stuffed into the trunk of a car, attacked repeatedly with a stun gun and driven to the woods where she was beaten with a crowbar, doused with gasoline, set on fire and left to die.

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