See the YouTube video here.
Editorial comment: The video praises the recent creation of “conviction integrity units” within prosecutors’ offices. These have received much good press in general. We can only applaud the effort and the results so far. After all, the correction of a wrongful conviction is the correction of a wrongful conviction. However, I remain skeptical. My view is that the CIU’s are cherry picking the easy, obvious cases, and what will happen when they start to run out of these? I also believe that the CIU’s are being established driven by political expediency, not some fundamental desire to serve true justice. When the CIU’s start to be dismantled, I suspect there will be very little, if any, publicity about that.