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Schad v. Ryan, No. 07-99005

By FindLaw Staff on September 11, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a capital habeas matter, a denial of the petition is affirmed in part where the prosecution's failure to produce letters written by the prosecutor on behalf of a government witness resulted in little or no prejudice, given the extensive impeachment material already available to the defense.  However, the denial of the petition is vacated in part where the district court applied the wrong diligence standard to deny petitioner an evidentiary hearing on his penalty phase ineffectiveness claim.

Read Schad v. Ryan, No. 07-99005

Appellate Information

Argued and Submitted May 14, 2009

Filed September 11, 2009


Per Curiam

Partial Concurrence and Partial Dissent by Judge Rymer


For Appellant:

Kelley J. Henry, Nashville, TN

For Appellee:

Jon G. Anderson, Phoenix, AZ

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