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Many people is wrongly convicted, and its time to raise awareness to what it is.
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Man wrongfully convicted, imprisoned for 30 years entitled to ...

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For the second day in a row Friday, a Jefferson Parish judge authorized payments for men who were wrongfully convicted of crimes. Combined, the amounts would surpass $1 million as compensation for the time four men ...
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The Innocence Project - Facts on Post-Conviction DNA Exonerations

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The Innocence Project is a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted people through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
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Sentencing Law and Policy: Notable new blog on wrongful convictions

Sentencing Law and Policy: Notable new blog on wrongful convictions | Center Of Wrongful Convictions! | Scoop.it
I wanted to let you know that several of us involved in the Innocence Movement launched a new blog today, The Wrongful Convictions Blog. The web address is www.wrongfulconvictionsblog.org, or you can just click the link ...
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'Victims' join campaign for justice - The West Australian

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The West Australian'Victims' join campaign for justiceThe West AustralianMore than five years after walking free from 12 years spent behind bars on a wrongful murder conviction, Andrew Mallard is still finding life "pretty tough".
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The wrongful conviction of David Camm « Stop Wrongful Convictions

The wrongful conviction of David Camm « Stop Wrongful Convictions | Center Of Wrongful Convictions! | Scoop.it
The wrongful conviction of David Camm. 15 Feb. David Camm is currently in prison awaiting a 3rd trial for the murder of his wife and two children. What he has been subjected to throughout the investigation and trials is simply incredible and ...
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What is DNA?

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DNA or Dexoyribonucleic acid, is a heriditary material found in humans and most organisms. DNA is located in the Nucleus, but a small amount of DNA can be found in the mitochondria. DNA is inherited from both of your parents.  DNA determines each individual's characteristics. An individual's DNA is unique except in cases of exact twins. 


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New project helps stem wrongful convictions - Times Herald-Record

New project helps stem wrongful convictionsTimes Herald-RecordThe Innocence Project and a Chicago law firm have launched a new project aimed at understanding how and why wrongful convictions happen.
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In Albany, Top Judge Seeks to Curb False Convictions - New York Times

In Albany, Top Judge Seeks to Curb False Convictions - New York Times | Center Of Wrongful Convictions! | Scoop.it
New York TimesIn Albany, Top Judge Seeks to Curb False ConvictionsNew York TimesALBANY — Instituting new safeguards against wrongful convictions and raising the age at which criminal defendants are considered adults should be top priorities of legislators...
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How Eyewitness Testimony Causes Wrongful Convictions ...

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MSNBC has an excellent article about the many ways that eyewitness testimony can cause the wrong person to be convicted of a crime. The anecdote that begins the.
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