Carissa Marie Daniels, petitioner v. State of Washington, respondent, on petition for a writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Washington: petition for a writ of certiorari, Issue 8; Issue 1403
Carissa Marie Daniels, Thomas C. Goldstein, Pamela S. Karlan, Jeffrey L. Fisher, Amy Howe, Kevin K. Russell, United States. Supreme Court, Stanford University. Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
2009 - Law - 82 pages
Urges the Supreme Court to grant certiorari in order to determine whether the double jeopardy clause forbids reprosecution on a charge when a jury finds a defendant guilty of a less serious offense.
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RELEVANT CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION
Federal and State Courts Are Divided Over
The Question Presented Significantly Impacts
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