Weekend Quick Clicks

  • Newspaper articles focuses on cost to taxpayers of “shoddy” and “reckless” police work that led to a wrongful conviction.   That’s the kind of coverage the public needs to see more of–the cost of wrongful conviction to their own pocketbooks, because the cost to the public is high in a variety of ways.
  • One year after release, Keith Harward travels country to point out failures of forensic science, help the wrongly convicted
  • New exoneree compensation law in Michigan provides $50k for each year behind bars

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