Tuesday’s Quick Clicks…

  • During post-conviction evidentiary hearing in Missouri in the case of Ryan Ferguson, witness recants and says prosecutor talked him into falsely implicating Ferguson
  • Decision on whether Michael Hash will be retried in Virginia awaits outcome of DNA testing initiated by the special prosecutor (more here)
  • Exoneree in the UK awarded 841,000 pounds in compensation for his ordeal (more here)
  • State of New York called out for failing to move on innocence reform
  • The Innocence Project of Florida will host its inaugural awards gala next week where it will honor Holland & Knight 
  • New Book: Falsely Accused:  former police officer explains the problems in the system that lead to wrongful convictions
  • Texas opens inquiry into Austin crime lab
  • Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s annual awards lunch will be honoring the lawyers and artists who helped the West Memphis Three gain their freedom and the Hunton & Williams legal team who helped secure the release of MAIP Client Michael Hash
  • Misdeeds by Texas judges are not released to the public

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