An ideologically divided Supreme Court on Tuesday stripped a $14
million award from a wrongfully convicted man who had spent 14 years on
death row and successfully sued New Orleans prosecutors for misconduct.
Conservative justices prevailed in the 5 to 4 ruling,
which shielded the district attorney’s office from liability for not
turning over evidence that showed John Thompson’s innocence.
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