Sophia Lorraine Daire, petitioner v. State of California, respondent, on petition for a writ of certiorari to the Second District Court of Appeal for the State of California: petition for a writ of certiorari, Issue 8; Issue 1323
Sophia Lorraine Daire, Michael Romano, United States. Supreme Court, Stanford University. Criminal Defense Clinic
Cockle Law Brief Printing, 2009 - Law - 57 pages
Argues that a jury instruction which permits a juror to infer guilt of burglary from the existence of certain facts without making clear that the juror need not draw such an inference violates the Due Process Clause.
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