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Weekend Insider: Runoff Voting, Errors in Judgment

Who will show up to vote for the July 31 runoff election, and what happens when prosecutors make mistakes?

Nobody knows exactly who will show up to vote in the July 31 runoff election. Ross Ramsey explains why a group of voters who head to the polls for one candidate may actually help another. Then Brandi Grissom takes an in-depth look at prosecutorial errors and their powerful consequences in criminal cases. 

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