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I wish I could be NOT pro Death Penalty. yes Pro Death Penalty for sexual murders! My ex who is K36700 @ Life isn't fair. Hate women & children killers
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CA Innocence Project Dec 9
Edward “Ed” Contreras had no idea that going to a barbecue would forever change his life. Wrongfully convicted in 1997 for a murder he didn’t commit, Edward remains locked behind bars, one of the seven remaining to be freed of
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Rachel Philips Dec 6
Outstanding work done by defense attorney Matt McHenry on behalf of his client Brad Holbrook! Conviction reversed after 15 years! Amazing! Congratulations Matt!
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The women in this picture! Currently hasa restraining order on her by the man who beat up her 11 year old. And raped her Older son when he was young! COURTS commissioner wood refused to Grant her a restraining order against the Pedofile.Due to Pedofiles are now a protected class
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Colin Miller Dec 7
"Detroit man freed after 41 years sues for $168M over 1975 murder conviction":
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Christopher Stampone Dec 9
The justice system of the United States is broken. “Poor people lose. Poor people lose all the time.” ought to be home. Courts are supposed to be governed by reason, but now they’re ruled by ignorance. Blind Justice shouldn’t mean blind justices.
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Exoneration Registry Dec 10
A story about exoneree Julie Baumer, who now speaks about her experience being wrongfully convicted on flawed shaken baby syndrome science
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Kim Balao Dec 8
A mother spent 11 years in prison for killing a baby she never harmed examines the hundreds of wrongful convictions based off the behind Click for more info:
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CA Innocence Project Dec 10
Innocent people end up in prison. It's a fact. It happens far too often. This is why the California Innocence Project exists. This is the work they do. Watch this great video featuring and (you might see me in there too) :)
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CA Innocence Project Dec 10
Meet the Director of The California Innocence Project: Justin Brooks. Even before he co-founded in 1999, Justin had a long history of helping those imprisoned, those the System over-ran and overlooked. This is who we are.
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CA Innocence Project Dec 10
Inside a secret 2014 list of hundreds of L.A. deputies with histories of misconduct - CA has a lot of work to do to clean up its criminal justice system.
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Please move towards Dis baring Judges & Commissioners that help Child Sex offenders!
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CA Innocence Project Dec 11
We are proud of all of our clinical interns- yet when one manages to be not only a hard working clinical intern w/ CIP, dedicating a year to wrongful conviction work, but also a full-time law student AND active duty military, we can’t help but be impressed, & very proud
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The Marshall Project Dec 9
How a judge stood up to a corporate misconduct plea deal that raised far more questions than it answered:
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Steven A Drizin Dec 11
Bravo, James Warren.
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Innocence Project Dec 11
. client Zavion Johnson released from prison on Saturday after Superior Court judge reversed his murder conviction in relation to the 2001 death of his infant daughter:
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Brennan Center Dec 9
It's not about the flag or the anthem. It's about justice.
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UCLA Prison Law Dec 11
"Why A Man Declared Innocent Can't Get Out Of Prison"
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CA Innocence Project Dec 12
Though may be behind us, you can still help us continue our work for those - Visit our website and find ways you can be a part of our team.
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Or they wanted to NOT HAVE THE REAL KILLER FACE TRIAL! This is happening with Detective Klem in SD! Who has One of the Highest number of Complaints against him in all of CA! However he is very close to a very corrupt man.
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Exoneration Registry Dec 12
2,141st Exon: Detectives in Michigan were so desperate to solve a case that they tried to force Ray McCann to confess. When he didn't, they charged him with perjury. With the MI Innocence Clinic's help, he proved the evidence used to convict him was false.
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