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Hammond v. Hall, No. 08-11108

By FindLaw Staff on November 04, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a capital habeas matter, denial of the petition is affirmed where: 1) a witness's testimony about her criminal history was literally accurate; 2) it was unclear what evidence petitioner claimed was suppressed by the state; 3) the district court's finding that the prosecutor did not bully petitioner into testifying was not clear error; 4) there was no evidence that the prosecutor received exculpatory test results and hid them; and 5) certain suppressed evidence was not material, given the overwhelming evidence of petitioner's guilt.

Read Hammond v. Hall, No. 08-11108

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Filed November 4, 2009


Opinion by Judge Carnes

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