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Monday, March 8, 2010

Chief Justice John Roberts and "Unnamed Informants"

For a brief moment last Thursday (March 4, 2010) there was a rumor about Chief Justice John Roberts' early retirement. The "rumor" started by an unlikely source: a Georgetown criminal law professor. Here is the transcript of the story, reported by NPR All Things Considered.

A good lesson for not only criminal law students but anyone conducting empirical research.

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