Reasonable Doubt 

How spotty detective work and careless prosecution may have put the wrong men behind bars

The courtroom was full of tears. Tyler Gassman, a 22-year-old Spokane kid, had just learned his fate — 25 years in prison — and his sister, mother and friends wept. So did David Partovi, his lawyer. Partovi had lost cases before,…

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