Tuesday’s Quick Clicks…

  • Discussion of new eyewitness identification law in Texas, which takes effect September 1st
  • Recent Colorado exoneree Robert Dewey is still struggling to survive. He’s now living off of food stamps and the generosity of a non-profit group that helps wrongfully convicted inmates.  “It was like being in a room full of people and you’re yelling and no one can hear you, that’s what it felt like,” added Dewey when asked to describe his time in Colorado’s Limon Correctional Facility
  • Pics and award winners of the Innocence Project of Florida’s recent annual gala
  • North Carolina Innocence Commission identifies William James Grimes, convicted of rape, as innocent, and sends his case to a 3-judge panel for further analysis
  • Tampa Bay Times calls for bold reforms in Florida to address wrongful convictions

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