Not much over the past week.
The only thing I saw was an article about a habeas grant in Michigan based on ineffective assistance of counsel and prosecutorial misconduct. The interesting angle is that the crime was committed in 1986 - almost 25 years ago. The result is some classic quotes in the article:
From the prosecutor:
"It's disheartening as a representative of victims in the criminal-justice system ... and this case never seems to get closure"
"The fact that I am the fourth elected prosecutor to deal with this case on appeal in the prison system, I think, is a testimony to the lack of finality in the criminal appellate system"
From the defense attorney:
"It hasn't gotten the full light of day until now . . . . And I think it's a victory for justice"
From the victim's father:
"I just think something stinks"
Update: More on the case here.