Law enforcement joining the innocence cause

The Crime Report says some surprising new allies have emerged in the legal battles to free individuals wrongfully convicted of crimes in the United States. In an article here, Alexandra Gross and Maurice Possley say police officers and prosecutors are starting to play critical roles in securing exonerations.

3 responses to “Law enforcement joining the innocence cause

  1. Really? You need to focus on Arizona where an individual has no rights, there is no due process and the established protocol is ignored, not to mention the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights and Civil Rights.

  2. Please read and respond to the Arizona Supreme Court Rules Forum Case No. R-11-0033, Hammond’s Petition to Amend ER 3.8, Rule 42, Arizona Rules of the Supreme Court > Court Rules Forum > Arizona Judicial Branch.

    The AG and MCAO respond, there are NO wrongful convictions, no new evidence, no exculpatory evidence / Brady violations in Arizona. They, along with the prosecutors association vote NO, to ER 3.8 ethics responsibilities for prosecutors, when new evidence, exculpatory evidence comes forward. Why?

    Your comments would be appreciated in the Rules Forum, revised draft extended until October 25, 2013. Arizona needs to acknowledge wrongful convictions exist in their state and work to prevent wrongful convictions, and work to release the innocent who have been wrongfully convicted, instead of building 2,000 new private corporation prison beds and a new $50,000,000, 500 bed Super Max prison.

    http://azdnn.dnnmax.com/tabid/91/forumid/7/view/topic/postid/1530/afsort/DESC/Default.aspx

  3. Prosecutors and law enforcement in Arizona do not believe there are wrongful convictions, new evidence, exculpatory evidence / Brady violations in Arizona. Please read and respond to the Arizona Supreme Court Rules Forum Case No. R-11-0033, Hammond’s Petition to Amend ER 3.8, Rule 42, Arizona Rules of the Supreme Court > Court Rules Forum > Arizona Judicial Branch.

    The AG and MCAO respond, there are NO wrongful convictions, no new evidence, no exculpatory evidence / Brady violations in Arizona. They, along with the prosecutors association vote NO, to ER 3.8 ethics responsibilities for prosecutors, when new evidence, exculpatory evidence comes forward. Why?

    Your comments would be appreciated in the Rules Forum, revised draft extended until October 25, 2013. Arizona needs to acknowledge wrongful convictions exist in their state and work to prevent wrongful convictions, and work to release the innocent who have been wrongfully convicted, instead of building 2,000 new private corporation prison beds and a new $50,000,000, 500 bed Super Max prison.

    http://azdnn.dnnmax.com/tabid/91/forumid/7/view/topic/postid/1530/afsort/DESC/Default.aspx

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