Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Aug. 8

In an Aug. 12 Jurisprudence, Jeremy Stahl misidentified a grand jury–issued subpoena as a grand jury–issued search warrant.

In an Aug. 9 Medical Examiner, Hannah Doecter-Loeb implied that the new name for the monkeypox disease will likely be Orthopoxvirus monkeypox. That will likely be the name for the virus, which is separate from the disease it causes.

In an Aug. 8 Jurisprudence, Austin Sarat originally misidentified Joe Nathan James Jr. as James Nathan Jones.

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