More than 2,000 people have been exonerated of serious crimes since 1989 in the United States, according to a report by college researchers who have established the first national registry of exoneration
Researchers say their registry is the largest database of these types of cases and showcases some of the major issues with the criminal justice system, including that the leading causes of wrongful convictions are perjury, faulty witness identification and misconduct by prosecutors. Read More Here
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Wrongful Convictions: A New Exoneration Registry Tests Stubborn Judges Here
A GROUP OF FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND SUPPORTERS OF THE WRONGLY CONVICTED, AND ARE ASKING OUR SENATORS AND LEGISTRATORS TO HOLD JUDGES, PROSECUTORS AND DEFENSE ATTORNEYS ACCOUNTABLE FOR MISCONDUCT RESULTING IN WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS