Testimony on Knife Adds Another Claim to Tankleff Suit

, New York Law Journal

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As Martin Tankleff presses his case against Suffolk County and various detectives for their liability in his now-vacated convictions in the murder of his parents, a federal magistrate judge has decided he can include a claim that defendants failed to disclose a medical examiner's doubts about the purported murder weapon.

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Originally appeared in print as Tankleff Can Pursue New Claim in Civil Action Against Suffolk

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