Monday, March 17, 2008

Some thoughts on Jeff Skilling's appeal and his allegations about the suppression of exculpatory evidence

The more I see groups of people making obviously bad decisions with clearly foreseeable repercussions, the more I realize that law has very little power to regulate human behavior unless the law takes into account the fact that humans tend toward certain types of cognitive errors.  For how my frustration with legal "fixes" for problems plays out with Jeff Skilling's allegations of prosecutorial misconduct, see my post (here) over at the Legal Profession Blog.

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