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Book Review: “You Might Go to Prison, Even Though You’re Innocent” — Believe It

April 22, 2023
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This is a well-researched and accessible account of how and how often the system locks up the wrong people and keeps them locked up.

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Book Review: “Barred: Why the Innocent Can’t Get Out of Prison” — Blind Justice

December 6, 2022
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Daniel S. Medwed demonstrates just how astronomical the odds are against anyone who tries to question a guilty verdict, no matter how suspect the conviction.

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Film Interview: “The New Greatness Case” – Caught on Camera, But Who’s Guilty?

June 12, 2022
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In the annals of Russian repression, The New Greatness Case was a display of government overkill — until the events of this year redefined overkill.

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Book Review: “Indefinite: Doing Time in Jail” — Prison Is Bad. Jail’s Worse.

February 18, 2022
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Indefinite argues that legitimate change in the way this country deals with people accused of breaking the law would have to begin with the recognition of their humanity.

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