Evidence: Is a Hypnotized Witness Reliable?

For three years, Yale Law Professor Steven Duke has been working to correct what he calls "one of the most inexcusable, grotesque perversions of justice in the history of the federal criminal process." Without any compensation, Duke has devoted as many as 80 hours a week trying to reverse the narcotics conviction of a Connecticut hairdresser named James Miller. In 1964 Attorney General Robert Kennedy called Miller one of the main figures in the nation's largest narcotics smuggling ring, but Duke is convinced that Miller was the victim of a grievous error...

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