North Carolina v. David Evans, Collin Finnerty and Reade Seligmann (Duke Lacrosse Rape Case)

On March 13, 2006, Crystal Magnum and Kim Mera Roberts were hired by the Duke University Lacrosse team as strippers for a party over spring break.  After the party, Magnum claimed that she had been raped by three of the team members.  Over the next year, the entire country watched with baited breath as the story transformed from indignation and condemnation towards the three affluent, privileged players to disgust at how one rogue prosecutor violated countless ethical rules and zealously persecuted the three defendants, knowing that the evidence did not support that they had committed any crime.

Listen as Paul breaks down polygraphs, witness identification procedures, credibility considerations, and law enforcement's ethical responsibilities while discussing the Duke University Rape Case, North Carolina v. David Evans, Collin Finnerty and Reade Seligmann.  Enjoy!

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