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Holding Prosecutors Accountable in Wrongful Convictions

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The story is all too familiar. Michael Morton, a Texas father, served almost 24 years in prison for a crime–a brutal murder of his beloved wife–that he did not commit. […]

Kentucky Supreme Court In Pursuit of “Righting” the Wrongs

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Thanks to the persistent efforts of the Kentucky Innocence Project, Kerry Porter was exonerated after serving almost 15 years behind bars for a murder  he did not commit. However, with […]

Wrongfully Convincted Man Awaits Financial Compensation from the State of Florida

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At 21 years of age, William Dillon was arrested for a rape and murder that he did not commit. He was then convicted of these crimes, spending the next 27 […]