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Associate Justice David Stras of the Minnesota Supreme Court speaks during an appeal hearing on the Byron Smith case at the Minnesota Judicial Branch building on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 in St. Paul, Minn. Defense attorneys for Byron Smith, who was convicted of killing two teenage intruders in his Little Falls home, filed an appeal with the Minnesota Supreme Court arguing that Smiths trial was riddled with mistakes from the original indictment, through the trial and right up to the prosecutors closing arguments. 

Four takeaways from the Supreme Court’s first day of new term

 WASHINGTON The Supreme Court on Monday kicked off its 2015 term with an argument over a Northern California woman who lost both legs in an Austrian railroad accident.And with that gruesome set of facts,...

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