Law Library Usage as Evidence in Criminal Case

An article from today’s Bridgeton News (NJ), How many killers?: “The state presented witnesses Thursday to counter the defense’s argument that Boston is mentally disabled, and because of this, was easily coerced into making incriminating statements to detectives.” The Jail Law Librarian testified that the defendant “used the jail library 17 times while he was being lodged there between 2004 and 2007.” [drc]

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