Published on Nov 14, 2022
Ketanji Brown Jackson issues first SCOTUS dissent supporting death row inmate
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson issued her first opinion in the high court on Monday, dissenting from the majority in a case involving a death row inmate.
Davel Chinn, a death row inmate, asserted that Ohio authorities suppressed evidence in the case that may have led to a different verdict in his trial.
Jackson agreed with Chinn's lawyer, asserting that "because Chinn's life is on the line, and given the substantial likelihood that the suppressed record would have changed the outcome at trial based on the Ohio courts' own representations," per the Washington Examiner.
Defense lawyers asserted that...
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