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Prosecutors and Corrupt Science

Scientific evidence has made dramatic and well publicized contributions to improving the factual accuracy of criminal convictions. A 1996 Department of Justice study documented twenty-eight cases in which DNA evidence revealed that innocent defendants had been wrongly convicted, many serving … Continue reading

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The (Lack of) Enforcement of Prosecutor Disclosure

Criminal defense lawyers and academics have long complained of failures by prosecutors to honor their constitutional and ethical obligations to disclose exculpatory information. In recent years, such prosecutorial failures have gained the attention of a broad audience. The advent of … Continue reading

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