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Harvard University / Law / The Insider #847316

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 17, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Boston: Gigi Stone) The teaching of law students at Harvard University by prisoner & guest lecturer Christ O'Bryant featured; details given about his story of what happened during a robbery & shooting that resulted in a life sentence. [O'BRYANT - comments on what happens in the courtroom.] ["Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review" Daniel FARBMAN†- talks about O'Bryant's ill-advised plea bargain; states he will focus on giving voice to those without voices.] Statement from the National Legal Aid & Defender Assn. about cases loads for public defenders quoted. [Law student Lauren SMITH†- notes what O'Bryant reminds us.] [Harvard professor Charles OGLETREE†- notes the students' sacrifices.]

Harris, Dan;
Stone, Gigi

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