Learn about the reasons wrongful convictions occur in the US. Its not what you may think.
Retired police chief Darrel Stephens has something to say about the subject:
Through my work for the Innocence Inquiry Commission and later the Innocence Project, I came to understand the challenges and contributing causes of wrongful convictions. As a former police chief I did a lot of work promoting best practices for eyewitness identification and evidence preservation, encouraging police departments across the country to adopt policies that help avoid wrongful convictions.
Donate for Justice The New York Innocence Project
Michael Hanline was exonerated in 2015. Justin Brooks and Alex Simpson led the CIP litigation team.
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One need not be a liberal to contribute to the Innocence Project. Conservatives are also opposed to wrongful convictions. In fact, any decent human should be against wrongful convictions.
Well said, John. Convictions of innocent people affects everyone regardless of race, creed or political persuasion.
My contribution…another case.