Friday links


More stories from across the country this week on wrongful convictions, forensics and criminal justice reforms.

Dallas Morning News editorial:

Bad prosecutors should face prison

NPR Morning Edition:

Dallas man exonerated after 27 years in prison

Fingerprint error leads to wrongful arrest in Georgia case

American Bar Association Journal:

Bite-Mark Evidence Loses Teeth

Innocence Project files for testing in Pennsylvania case

(Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, 05/08/08)

Lack of funds stalls Virgina DNA testing project

(Associated Press, 05/08/08)

Texas exoneree Brandon Moon

blogged this week

about spending Cinco de Mayo in Texas prisons, and his trip to Texas for the Summit on Wrongful Convictions.

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