Monthly Archives: March 2023

Marco Rusterholz and the question of doubt

Andrew L. Urban  A comment posted by reader Nick Albu (if that is his real name) raises a number of issues to challenge Marco Rusterholz’s claim of innocence, in the wake of his double 2015 murder conviction and failed appeal … Continue reading

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Stonewalling 101: the legal system’s dirty little secret

Andrew L. Urban Under the constitutional doctrine of the separation of powers, parliaments make laws, the executive administers and enforces laws, and the judiciary adjudicates disputes about the law. The judiciary is thus insulated from outside oversight; that’s a good … Continue reading

Posted in CCRC, General articles | 4 Comments