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Convicting Avery the bizarre laws and broken system behind "Making a murderer" by Michael D. Cicchini

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Judicial error,
  • Murder,
  • Trials (Murder),
  • Trials, litigation,
  • Criminal Evidence,
  • Investigation,
  • Trials (Rape),
  • Making a murderer (Television program),
  • Rape,
  • Eyewitness identification

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Edition Notes

StatementMichael D. Cicchini
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF225.A84 C53 2017
The Physical Object
Pagination205 pages
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27232212M
ISBN 101633882551
ISBN 109781633882553
LC Control Number2016036579
OCLC/WorldCa953597960

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