How Prosecution Can Be Like a Mathematical Formula
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Jon Holscher prosecutes crime in a rural county. While the facts differ among cases, they must all add up to the elements of a crime to get a conviction. Jon is a graduate of Drake Law School. This episode is hosted by Derek Tokaz. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Seton Hall Learn more about St. Mary's Law Learn more about Northeastern Law Learn more about Blueprint Learn more about Vermont Law Learn more about LSAT Lab Learn more about Baylor Law Access LawHub today!
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