RM221: A Lying Prosecutor is not A Constitutional Violation

RM221: A Lying Prosecutor is not A Constitutional Violation

On this episode, going to be talking about a case from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals out of Texas. If a prosecutor lies to you, can you receive compensable damages. Not in this case. And we’re gonna be talking about the confirmation of Judge Jackson to the Supreme Court. And the backstory of what’s going on regarding the confirmation that people are confusing.

[2:19] The hidden agenda of the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation

[35:48] Troy Mansfield v. Williamson County


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