Ciparick Named Co-chair of Justice Task Force

, New York Law Journal


Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said in announcing the appointment that former judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick is "widely regarded for her scholarly knowledge of the law, keen insight and exceptional leadership."

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  • Michael

    Just how does expanding a DNA database prevent wrongful convictions? Especially when DAs, Judges and Court Appointed Defense Stooges do their damndest to prevent a defendant from having items tested? Even when witnesses recant, when DNA proves innocense, the DA will still FIGHT FOR YEARS to keep the conviction. Yet, allowing them to take samples from even more people, is their ANSWER? WTF?

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