United States Supreme Court Denies Certiorari for Mumia Abu-Jamal

by | Oct 7, 2008

In denying certiorari for more than 2,000 cases today, the United States Supreme Court keeps Mumia Abu-Jamal from its caseload. Abu-Jamal’s death sentence was recently overturned by a federal court in Philadelphia because of a bad jury instruction, and he was seeking a new trial in his petition to the U.S. Supreme Court. To view more on this, click here.

You should also check out this interesting article on expungements for greater context and insight into the legal system.

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