Former Spectrum journalist, Adventist pastor, and then defense attorney Thomas L. Dybdahl talks about his life and his new book. Published by The New Press, When Innocence Is Not Enough: Hidden Evidence and the Failed Promise of the Brady Rule tells several gripping tales of crime and the wrongs done to the falsely accused when prosecutors don’t share evidence.
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Alexander Carpenter is the executive editor of Spectrum.
Image credit: Thomas Dybdahl / Spectrum.
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