How a Man Named Brady Made History 50 Years Ago

, New York Law Journal


Zuckerman Spaeder partner Paul Shechtman recounts the crime of John Leo Brady and Donald Boblit, Boblit's multiple confessions (not all of which were provided to Brady's defense), the appeals of Brady's conviction, and the Supreme Court loss that became a landmark due process decision.

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  • Barry Krivisky

    What an interesting and informative article. That Brady actually was able to have a life after that ordeal is encouraging.

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