Criminal (In)justice

In the US, there have been almost two thousand wrongful convictions Yet in so many cases, prosecutors, police, judges and even defense attorneys simply refuse to acknowledge these catastrophic mistakes. Our guest – a former prosecutor – explains why we blind ourselves to these injustices. Read more and listen to the podcast here

2 responses to “Criminal (In)justice

  1. So I’ve noticed. The Shephard & Lester case, NJ, dragged out for 15 years when it should have been over in 4 because the State just would not accept irrefutable evidence of innocence (confessions from the true criminals and expert evidence to back it up). The State wouldn’t even explain why it kept rejecting the constant appeals for pardons.

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