Published on September 3, 2010 | by LawNews

Prof. Eric Freedman Calls Motion in Lisker Case ‘Thoroughly Misguided’

Brown’s Office Reconsidering Motion Seeking to Send Lisker Back to Prison

By Matt Lait and Scott Glover

Los Angeles Times

September 3, 2010



Eric M. Freedman, a constitutional law professor and defense consultant in the Lee case, called the motion in the Lisker case “thoroughly misguided.”

He said it should be denied on procedural grounds because the attorney general had an opportunity to appeal the judge’s earlier decision and failed to do so.

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