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Criminal Practice – Conclusion about cause of infant’s death was not unreasonable (access required)

Where a man sentenced to death for murdering an infant challenged the state court’s factual finding that the baby died from a depressed skull fracture, it was not “objectively unreasonable” for the court to conclude that the chief of pediatric radiology and pediatric neurologist correctly interpreted the CT scan as demonstrating a fracture of the ...

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