Barry Saunders

January 17, 2016 4:12 PM

Saunders: One day, law will answer for flaws

Derriere-covering prosecution witnesses mastered the art of talking while saying nothing, but someone will have to answer for the night the lights went out on justice in North Carolina.

Christine Mumma’s supporters say judicial indifference may have forced her to act outside the ethical boundaries.

Mumma, director of the N.C. Center on Actual Innocence, was admonished by the state bar for taking, testing a water bottle.

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