Thomas L. Dybdahl

Thomas L. Dybdahl, who has degrees in theology, journalism, and law, is a former staff attorney at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, where he worked in both the trial and appellate divisions, and tried twenty-five homicide cases. The author of When Innocence Is Not Enough (The New Press), he lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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News and Reviews

City Cast DC

Listen to an interview with Thomas Dybdahl on City Cast DC about the murder of Catherine Fuller in 1984, the Brady rule, and When Innocence Is Not Enough.


Read an excerpt from When Innocence Is Not Enough about the failure of the Brady rule in Inquest.

Library Journal (starred review)

Read a starred review of When Innocence Is Not Enough in Library Journal.

Books by Thomas L. Dybdahl

When Innocence Is Not Enough
Hidden Evidence and the Failed Promise of the Brady Rule

Thomas L. Dybdahl