national registry of exonerations

December Holly Lai, the sister of murder victim Michelle Lai, publicly supports Tyra Patterson's clemency and provides powerful
Harmed by the system once, these former inmates face harm again by never knowing what they're owed.
Our criminal justice system continues to fail innocent prisoners because of the structures and statutes that legislators refuse to change.
"Making A Murderer" isn't just a problem in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
"I'm not surprised by the numbers," said Sam Gross, the exoneration registry's editor and a University of Michigan law professor
While most exonerations involve a crime where someone else is responsible, this often does not hold true in women's cases. For the majority of female exonerations, no crime occurred in the case at all.
2013 was a record-breaking year for exonerating wrongfully convicted prisoners, even as the use of DNA evidence in exonerations has gradually declined. We look at how the innocent are set free.
The mischaracterization of her son's accidental death as a homicide fits in with another pattern, though. The registry researchers
The findings about police and prosecutorial cooperation were contained in the Registry's annual report, released this week
The next time you see an exoneree take his first steps to freedom, look past their smiles. Get pissed. Get involved. Make a difference.