Author Archives: Mark Godsey

Monday’s Quick Clicks…

Monday’s Quick Clicks

Tuesday’s Quick Clicks…

  • RIP exoneree Darby Tillis
  • Chicago Tribune review of Parade, a musical about a wrongful conviction
  • How the criminal justice system fails the deaf community
  • A Catholic monsignor has been exonerated by the Vatican for alleged child abuse, after being suspended from the church for more than a decade.   [Editors note:  While I don’t know anything about this case, and whether this monsignor is innocent or guilty, knowing what I know about the criminal justice system and how we humans are prone to the witch hunt mentality (like we saw with the “Day Care Hysteria Cases“), I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the abuse cases against Catholic priests coming in the past 15-20 years are bogus.]

Monday’s Quick Clicks…

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Tuesday’s Quick Clicks…

Monday’s Quick Clicks…

  • South China Morning Post:  Reduction in number of crimes eligible for death penalty move in right direction
  • Recent exoneree Michelle Murphy discusses life outside of prison
  • Innocence Project (Cardozo) says DNA clears Minnesota man of murder; prosecutors disagree
  • The Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled the state’s program that provides compensation to inmates wrongfully convicted of crimes covers not only time behind bars but also house arrest.