In this episode of Slate‘s Amicus, Stephen Bright of the Southern Center for Human Rights discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision in McWilliams v. Dunn regarding whether an indigent defendant whose mental health was a significant factor at his death penalty trial is entitled to an independent psychological expert to evaluate him and testify on his behalf. Listen to the podcast.
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