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Update on Lynch v. State of Alabama

We are now two weeks into the trial of Lynch v. State of Alabama. The Huntsville Times has been covering the case every day. See their stories here. As we move to Birmingham for the third week of testimony, I wonder if the Birmingham News will pick up the burden of coverage.

Disclosure: The plaintiffs are represented by James Blacksher, Larry Menefee, and me.

This entry was posted by Edward at 1:53 PM, 03 April 2011 | Categories: Constitutional law

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