Manifest Injustice

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What does manifest injustice mean?

manifest injustice – Case outcomes that are obviously unfair, unreasonably harsh, or shock the conscience, like enforcing involuntary guilty pleas, or violating the Constitution in a way that convicts the innocent.

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