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Wrongful Convictions Around the World March 2nd, 2015

Some causes of wrongful convictions are intertwined with weaknesses specific to the American criminal justice system. However, wrongful convictions are certainly not unique to the USA. Problems like mistaken eyewitness identifications are symptoms of a normal human memory, and thus […]



Innocent Man Gains Freedom After Nearly 30 Years of False Conviction February 19th, 2015

Christopher Abernathy, 48, claimed his freedom one more time after the Cook County State’s Attorney lifted his life sentence. The last year DNA test had excluded Abernathy from previous DNA evidence obtained many years ago. He was 18 when he […]



Thirteen Exonerees Already This Year: The Registry Keeps Count February 11th, 2015

We are just barely in to 2015, but this year’s exoneration count is already going strong. Filtering by year through the National Registry of Exonerations website, we can see that as of February 11, 2015, 13 people have been exonerated […]



Can Our Criminal Justice System Accurately Detect Lies? February 9th, 2015

The ability to accurately assess the veracity of statements is an important component of the criminal justice system. We depend on police officers to determine if a suspect is lying or telling the truth; we depend on juries to determine […]

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