The Reedy Case and Other Tales from the Pro Bono Bar

September 30, 2016

On September 30, 2016 Gentry Locke partner Justin Lugar presented a CLE during the 16th Annual Professional Development Conference. The conference is sponsored by the Virginia State Bar for its Young Lawyers Conference. Lugar’s presentation focused on the evolving ethical implications of lawyers in providing pro bono services. The Reedy Case resulted in the eventual freedom and gubernatorial pardon of a man who, based on faulty fire science testimony, was convicted of killing his two children in a house fire and had served twenty years in prison for that crime.

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