Stanford Law School Professor Jeffrey L. Fisher is representing Keith Burgess in front of the Supreme Court.
Stanford Law School Professor Jeffrey L. Fisher is representing Keith Burgess in front of the Supreme Court. Michael Johnson / MCT
Stanford Law School Professor Jeffrey L. Fisher is representing Keith Burgess in front of the Supreme Court. Michael Johnson / MCT

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January 18, 2008 06:00 AM

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