139 Antonio Scopelliti
Three emergency phone calls, two dead teenagers, one smoking gun, and no witnesses—besides the man who was responsible.
This is a landmark case that famed criminal defence lawyer Edward L Greenspan would cite as being one of two he worked on over his career that he found to be especially satisfying.
Although this particular case flew under the radar, it would have a profound impact on another very high-profile case that we covered last year in this podcast.
- Greenspan, the Case for the Defence, by Edward Greenspan and George Jonas, 1987
- [Greenspan] fell in love with the romance of the law... by Sean Fine, The Globe and Mail, 2014
- SEBASTIAN BURNS and ATIF RAFAY:
- Washington: no death penalty for Rafay and Burns, CBC News, 2001
- MICHAEL BRYANT:
- Decades-old ruling influenced decision to drop charges in Bryant case by Shannon Kari, National Post, 2010 injustice.
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