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Forensics: ‘The criminal justice system does not always get it right,’ chief justice says. DAs says things are just peachy keen.
A team of legal experts is studying ways Ohio’s criminal justice system could be reformed so that wrongful convictions are caught and corrected earlier. — Read on http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/local/the-criminal-justice-system-does-not-always-get-it-right-chief-justice-says/GCRWVLEFQBAH3OALC3LKSBOWNY/
41,000 conviction cases. 24,000 are comprised. In ONE state. Significant web-buzz is counter balancing the “Law and Order” industry’s (police, prosecutors, police crime labs, and various Crim Justice talking heads) howling that their self-assessed forensic integrity is just fine. Well, … Continue reading
“Late last month, the National Registry of Exonerations reported that the United States had 125 exonerations in 2014, a record high. One of the report’s findings was that 67 of those exonerations – or 54 percent – “were obtained at … Continue reading