74 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. Online 1 (2017-2018)

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       An   Indigent Criminal Defendant Is
       Entitled to An Expert of His Own

                                           Fredrick E. Vars*


                         Abstract

   The Supreme  Court recently heard the case of an Alabama
death row inmate, James McWilliams.  A  thus far overlooked
argument could save his life and help level the playing field in other
capital cases. The Court in 1985 promised independent expertise.
Now  is its chance to make good on that promise.


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     * Professor, University of Alabama School of Law. Thanks to David Patton
and Monique Fields for helpful comments on earlier drafts.

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