How badly do we mess up when doing something as fundamentally human as using our eyes, words, and memories? In the case of some eyewitness IDs, very badly.
The former Astros pitcher’s testimony in the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens didn’t help the prosecution, but was it different from what Pettitte said to Congress in 2008?
The Court of Criminal Appeals examined the case of Richard Miles, applied common sense and legal logic, and determined that he was innocent.
A three-judge panel in D.C. federal court began hearing arguments on Texas redistricting Tuesday.