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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Duane Deaver
A three-day hearing into the firing of State Bureau of Investigation agent Duane Deaver ended without his testimony.
The director of the State Bureau of Investigation says the agency was justified in firing an agent because he repeatedly violated policy.
A former director of North Carolina's top law enforcement agency testified Wednesday that she believes the reasons given for firing an agent linked to some of the most egregious violations uncovered in a review of the state crime lab aren't entirely valid.
Novelist Michael Peterson will get a new trial in the death of his wife because a key prosecution witness misled jurors about the strength of bloodstain evidence, a judge ruled Wednesday.
A Superior Court judge dismissed that criminal contempt charge after Deaver acknowledged his testimony before the state innocence commission was confusing.