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Shawn Marie Boyne

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Faculty

IUPUI
250 University Blvd. Suite 204
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Professor of Law
    IUPUI
  • Associate Professor of Law
    IUPUI
  • Professor
    Indiana University School of Law
  • Associate Professor
    Indiana University School of Law
  • Associate Professor of Law
    Indiana University School of Law
  • Professor of Law
    IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Associate Professor
    IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Professor
    Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Associate Professor of Law
    Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law

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Shawn Boyne, a professor at ...
www.recordpub.com, 8 Mar 2013 [cached]
Shawn Boyne, a professor at the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis and an expert on trial procedure, said that while the type of motion is "relatively routine," its scope is unusual. Boyne said she understood the motive behind efforts to block questions that could elicit sympathy.
"In some cases, merely asking a question may plant a question in a juror's mind," she said.
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Boyne said witnesses' religious beliefs could be relevant if they motivated doctors and nurses to report Shuai to police.
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As for the spectators, Boyne said the U.S. Constitution and legal precedent protect their free speech rights, provided they're not disruptive.
"Since it is the defendant's right to a fair trial that we are concerned with, I don't understand why the state would be prejudiced by this speech," she said in an email.
"It creates an appearance that the ...
www.indystar.com [cached]
"It creates an appearance that the dismissal was purchased," said Shawn Boyne, who has studied prosecutorial ethics and is an associate professor at Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis.
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Boyne, the associate professor at IU School of Law-Indianapolis, said Curry doesn't seem to be in violation of any specific rules on ethics.
Shawn Boyne, a professor at ...
www.recordpub.com, 8 Mar 2013 [cached]
Shawn Boyne, a professor at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis and an expert on trial procedure, said that while the type of motion is "relatively routine," its scope is unusual.
Boyne said she understood why prosecutors want to block questions that could elicit sympathy for Shuai. "In some cases, merely asking a question may plant a question in a juror's mind," she said.
Witnesses' religious beliefs could be relevant if they motivated doctors and nurses to report Shuai to police, Boyne said.
Shawn Boyne, a professor at ...
www.springfieldnewssun.com, 22 May 2012 [cached]
Shawn Boyne, a professor at the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis and an expert on trial procedure, said that while the type of motion is "relatively routine," the scope of the motion is unusual. Boyne said she understood the motive behind efforts to block questions that could elicit sympathy.
"In some cases, merely asking a question may plant a question in a juror's mind," she said.
...
Boyne noted that the doctors and nurses may have reported Shuai to police because of their own religious beliefs.
...
As for the spectators, Boyne said the U.S. Constitution and legal precedent protect their free speech rights, provided they're not disruptive.
"Since it is the defendant's right to a fair trial that we are concerned with, I don't understand why the state would be prejudiced by this speech," she said in an email.
Shawn Boyne, a professor at ...
www.the-review.com [cached]
Shawn Boyne, a professor at the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis and an expert on trial procedure, said that while the type of motion is "relatively routine," the scope of the motion is unusual. Boyne said she understood the motive behind efforts to block questions that could elicit sympathy.
"In some cases, merely asking a question may plant a question in a juror's mind," she said.
...
Boyne said witnesses' religious beliefs could be relevant if they motivated doctors and nurses to report Shuai to police.
...
As for the spectators, Boyne said the U.S. Constitution and legal precedent protect their free speech rights, provided they're not disruptive.
"Since it is the defendant's right to a fair trial that we are concerned with, I don't understand why the state would be prejudiced by this speech," she said in an email.
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