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Texas Courts Seem to Have U.S. Justices' Attention

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Texas Courts Seem to Have U.S. Justices' Attention

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Texas Courts Seem to Have U.S. Justices' Attention

Texas Courts Seem to Have U.S. Justices' Attention

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Some observers believe the criminal justice system in Texas is under special scrutiny by the U.S. Supreme Court. Many critics say the Texas system is tilted against criminal defendants. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and University of Texas law professor Jordan Steiker.

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