Anthony Graves Update
Prosecutors with Texas Attorney General's office appeal federal district judge's order to release former death row inmate Anthony Graves on bail
U.S. District Judge Samuel Kent ordered Graves' release, which was scheduled for Nov. 17, despite the AG's argument that he should be kept in jail in Burleson, pending his retrial. Kent's order was an "astonishingly unusual" move, University of Houston Law Center attorney David Dow, one of Graves' pro bono defenders told the daily. "What it reflects is the federal judge's sense that the state tribunal is acting as if Graves is guilty" and not, as the law would have it, that Graves is innocent until proven otherwise.
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