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Prosecutor's Dual Role Clerking for Presiding Judge Upends Death Row Inmate's Conviction

"Judicial and prosecutorial misconduct—in the form of an undisclosed employment relationship between the trial judge and the prosecutor appearing before him—tainted applicant's entire proceeding from the outset," the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled.

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