U.S. SUPREME COURT

McQuiggin v. Perkins

CRIMINAL LAW — Evidence

New Jersey Law Journal

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The district court's appraisal of the habeas corpus petition as insufficient to meet the actual-innocence standard — which would allow overcoming the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act's one-year limitations period — should be dispositive, absent cause to upset that evaluation, which this court does not currently see.

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