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In the News, by Karen Franklin, Ph.D.
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  • Bulletin: Colin Matchim; Newfoundland; The Telegram reports that his conviction of aggravated assault for causing his infant daughter's brain injury by shaking her has been overturned. He is waiting for a decision as to whether his lawyers at the new trial will be paid more than standard legal aid rates.
  • Bulletin: Rene Bailey; New York: The Democrat and Chronicle reports that the former day care provider testified Tuesday that a boy in her care likely saw a fatal fall of a toddler, who authorities instead insisted was killed by violent shaking.
  • Bulletin" Jennifer Del Prete: The Medill Justice Project reports that the former day care worker who has been behind bars for almost ten years is about to be released on bond. (A key factor: Medill unearthed an undisclosed letter from a police detective in the case who wrote that the forensic pathologist who performed the infant’s autopsy had significant doubts about whether Del Prete had violently shaken the child in what is known as shaken-baby syndrome or abusive head trauma.)
  • Bulletin: Aubrey Levin: Alberta: (Up-date); Calgary Herald reports that a third trial for the former forensic psychiatrist charged with sexually assaulting young men he was assessing pursuant to court orders is "in doubt" following two mistrials. A decision on his appeal of three convictions is still pending. The Calgary Herald.
  • Commentary: Crime lab delays: Grits for Breakfast blames Texas drug-war overreach to crime lab delays which have led to guilty pleas in innocence cases where it is later found "that the substance Applicant possessed contained no controlled substances." (Must Read. HL);