The Defendant’s Defender

Washington Post – October 10, 2002

Prince George’s County police Cpl. Raymond S. Redden took the witness stand and said he was certain that defendant Derrell L. Gilchrist carjacked him and tried to shoot him in bright daylight last summer. The prosecution had Gilchrist’s fingerprint on Redden’s car.

The prosecution had Redden’s eyeball identification. It looked like a slam-dunk conviction. But Gilchrist had defense attorney Douglas J. Wood…


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