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The Oklahoma Innocence Project continues to battle for Malcolm Scott’s freedom…

Robert W. Wood of Forbes Magazine discusses why “Taxing Wrongful Conviction Money Is Wrong“…

The National Law Review covers the root causes of wrongful conviction

In Chicago, DNA proves Daniel Andersen’s innocence in 1980 stabbing…

The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals refuses to grant immunity to  former Pennsylvania prosecutors in civil suit filed by David Munchinski who spent 24 years wrongfully imprisoned…

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Attorneys for Howard Guidry accuse Former Texas Prosecutor Kelly Siegler of withholding evidence in Guidry’s 1995 murder trial just a week after another man prosecuted by Siegler, David Mark Temple, had his conviction overturned for the same reason…

Daniel Scheidell finally returns home a month after his 1995 conviction was overturned by a Wisconsin Court…

Advances in DNA technology pave the way for inmates to get new tests on evidence…

Evidence of Police Dishonesty Leads to Overturned Convictions Nationwide

The Gotham Gazette asks, “Are DA’s Doing Enough to Overturn Wrongful Convictions?”

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New Jersey exoneree awarded $12.5 million for 22 years of wrongful imprisonment…

Rhode Island judge overturns 1992 murder conviction based on DNA test results…

The 9th Circuit issues landmark DNA ruling

Ohio Exoneree Raymond Towler gears up to perform with the Exoneree Band in his home state…

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Michigan inmate’s request for DNA testing on evidence from 1988 murder has been granted…

North Carolina man reaches settlement agreement with county, wins compensation for 11 years of wrongful incarceration…

New York judge denies state’s motion to dismiss, allows widow to sue for compensation on behalf of husband who died a year after being exonerated…

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The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project seeks new DNA test in 1974 Virginia Beach rape…

The West Virginia Innocence Project seeks DNA testing in effort to prove client’s innocence…

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The New Jersey legislature has passed a bill that will increase the availability of DNA testing for all inmates claiming to have been wrongfully convicted…

The Michigan Supreme Court has granted a new trial for a Michigan Innocence Project client Leo Ackley…

Rhode Island expands law to allow DNA testing for those convicted of any violent crime…

Steve Wax of the Oregon Innocence Project explains the new Oregon DNA testing law

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The Governor of Oregon has signed a law that will expand access to post-conviction DNA testing…

The ACLU of Nebraska and the Nebraska Innocence Project are suing to obtain jailhouse records on behalf of an Omaha man who was convicted of murder in 2009…

The Economist reports a global trend toward abolition of the death penalty…

The Oklahoma Innocence Project has filed an application for post-conviction relief on behalf of a Tulsa man convicted of 2001 murder…

Conviction Relying on Bite Mark Testimony to be Challenged in Ohio Hearing

Will former Akron police captain Doug Prade join the list of men whose convictions—based substantially on bite mark testimony—were later overturned by DNA? Ohio Innocence Project attorney Carrie Wood has worked with pro bono lawyers from Jones Day Cleveland on his case. She is expected to argue at a hearing beginning today before Common Pleas Judge Judy Hunter that Prade should be declared innocent of the 1997 murder of his wife, Dr. Margo Prade, or at least granted a new trial.

More advanced DNA technology not available at the time of trial detected male DNA at the bite mark on the victim’s lab coat that does not match Prade. He was Continue reading