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Indiana Governor Mike Pence Passes on Pardon to Wrongfully Convicted Man September 23rd, 2016

Chicago native Keith Cooper was arrested in 1997 after officers falsely identified him as the perpetrator of an armed robbery in Elkhart, Indiana. After nearly a decade spent in prison, the case that had been built against Cooper began to […]



Anniversary of Troy Davis’ Execution: 5 years moving forward September 21st, 2016

Today we remember the execution of Troy Davis in Savannah, Georgia on September 21st, 2011. Troy Davis’ case remains to this day an international symbol of tragedy and the need for progress as more and more countries around the world […]



Justice Department announces renewed commitment to strengthening forensic science September 19th, 2016

The Department of Justice recently released a memo announcing their commitment to advancing the “professional responsibility” of forensic practitioners in the courtroom. Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates stated that “we are continually looking at ways to ensure that forensic evidence […]



New DNA Testing Reopens Michigan Serial Killer Case September 16th, 2016

The Michigan State Police have opened an investigation into the DNA testing conducted for 53-year-old Michael Darnell Harris’ case in 1981. Harris was convicted of killing 77-year-old Ula Curdy of Lansing, Michigan. Now he is serving life sentences for the murder […]

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