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Smith v. Sec'y, Dept. of Corr., No. 07-14173

By FindLaw Staff on June 30, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a capital habeas matter, the denial of Petitioner's petition is affirmed in part, where there was no possibility of prejudice due to the prosecutor's alleged misconduct in a prior trial because a new trial was conducted; but reversed in part, where the prosecution did not disclose in the later trial that a witness told the prosecutor that in exchange for testifying again, he wanted help with charges he faced.

Read Smith v. Sec'y, Dept. of Corr., No. 07-14173

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Filed June 30, 2009


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