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Wrongfully convicted: The science and law behind exonerations

Wrongfully convicted: The science and law behind exonerations

Update: 2017-02-224
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Innocent but incarcerated? This episode of Crime Scene looks at exoneration: How one man was railroaded into 16 years behind bars for a crime he demonstrably didn't commit, and how legal policy and science are working to prevent wrongful convictions.
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Wrongfully convicted: The science and law behind exonerations

Wrongfully convicted: The science and law behind exonerations

Jordan Fenster