The Law: How to Sack a District Attorney

How to Sack a District Attorney

The trail of blood seemed to be leading nowhere last week in the murder trial of Baltimore Ravens football star RAY LEWIS. In what court observers describe as a "kaleidoscope of confusion," district attorney PAUL HOWARD, trying his first case since being elected four years ago, is scrambling to salvage the remainder of his case after witnesses gave conflicting accounts about the stabbing deaths of two men last Super Bowl Sunday in Atlanta. The state's key witness, DUANE FASSETT, had driven the alleged getaway car. Pale and hyperventilating on the stand, he backed off earlier claims that he saw Lewis throw...

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