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Derek Landis 15 Mar 16
can be important tools, but using them has some serious costs.
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NE Innocence Project Mar 7
Jailhouse informants played a role in 159 wrongful convictions. Learn more about how they have affected the lives of the wrongfully convicted:
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Brianna Dennison 29 Apr 18
Jailhouse informants should be abolished. Snitches lead to wrongful convictions! 45.9% of documented wrongful convictions resulted from false testimony from a jailhouse informant.
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Jen Perillo 12 Mar 16
Luecht: Laypeople accept Snitch testimony, much more Than def attorneys
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John Grisham Mar 18
Thanks to for preventing "The Innocent Man" from happening in Nebraska . More here >
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Innocence Project Mar 28
"I lost years of my life watching people hide the truth and cheat with informants." —Paul Wilson. Watch his story in full and learn more about how are harming justice.
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S Ageorges-Skinner 31 Jul 11
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The Notice 8 Aug 14
Judge: Prosecutors can seek death in salon rampage
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Proving Innocence 15 Feb 13
DC metro police department takes steps to prevent .|
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Tony Goldwyn Mar 18
Nebraska is taking action to prevent wrongful conviction THANKS to .
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TJ Esquire 2 Mar 14
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Eric J - #RunBernieRun 🌹 6 Apr 14
We should ban testimony from . We ban hearsay. Jailhouse informant testimony is less reliable.
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Voice of OC 29 Aug 17
's Monitor on Use of Didn’t File Reports He Promised, Officials Say
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Innocence Project Apr 22
“These guys inflicted five years of pain on me and my family,” said Paul Wilson, 54, whose wife, Christy Lynn Wilson, was among those gunned down in the 2011 Seal Beach salon massacre." via
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Breaking LA News 15 Dec 16
Justice Department Probing Orange County District Attorney,…
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Breaking LA News 6 Jul 15
OC DA Creates Committee To Review Use Of Jail…
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Nic Rozier 27 Aug 17
... don't be so sure that this has been rooted out in Canada
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InjusticeAlert Mar 7
Here's why are the most dangerous witness in the system.
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John W. Taylor Dec 20
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Presidio County JP 1 21 Sep 17
How some see Texas as the "gold standard" against wrongful convictions via
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