Advances in science have made it possible to discover new evidence. This newly discovered evidence is not always admissible as evidence. This essay suggests methods by which appellate courts may approach a balance between the rigid application of limitation periods in serious criminal cases and admitting evidence that proves innocence.
Penny J. White,
Newly Available, Not Newly Discovered,
2 J. App. Prac. & Process 7
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