Tag Archives: Exonerations
The recent spate of exonerations has alerted the public about the problem of intentional prosecutorial misconduct. However, an even more disturbing insight gained from the study of exonerations is that many of these wrongful convictions resulted from something shy of … Continue reading
Wrongfully Convicted in California: Are There Connections Between Exonerations, Prosecutorial and Police Procedures, and Justice Reforms?
According to the National Registry of Exonerations, 1900 documented exonerations have occurred in the United States since 1989, with 166 coming from California. From the national data, we have discovered that the leading causes of wrongful conviction in the United … Continue reading