Category Archives: Supreme Court of Mississippi

A  Disappointing Ruling

The Mississippi Supreme Court has denied Willie Manning the opportunity to pursue appropriate DNA testing of hairs found in Tiffany Miller’s car.[i] Willie had asked for specialist testing after screening at Bode Technology lab failed to produce usable data from … Continue reading

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Courts’ Complicity

Steven Hayne testified as a medical examiner at the trials of several people who are now on death row in Mississippi, including Willie Manning and Jeffrey Havard. Hayne was unqualified and scandalously incompetent. In Havard’s case,* Hayne testified that the … Continue reading

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Status Update

A Mississippi Supreme Court letter last month confirmed that Willie Manning’s lawyers were trying to proceed with DNA testing on hair from his remaining case. The December letter requests a status update: “The last status update in the above case, as … Continue reading

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