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The Duke lacrosse case was the most difficult chapter during Richard Brodhead’s thirteen years as president. In September 2007, after the players had been exonerated and the district attorney had been disbarred for his role in the case, the Duke Law School hosted a conference titled The Court of Public Opinion: The Practice and Ethics of Trying Cases in the Media,, at which Brodhead made these remarks.

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