Friday Roundup: Life After Exoneration, and a Pardon 70 Years Later


The Houston Chronicle posted a video (above and

linked here

) about Texas exonerees adjusting to life after exoneration.

North Carolina’s State Bureau of Investigation

fired a veteran agent

involved with handling blood evidence in the state’s criminal cases.

A Texas death-row inmate convicted of rape and murder

received a last-minute stay of execution on Tuesday


Police in North Dakota

oppose a bill

that would require recording of interrogations.

A mentally disabled man who was executed more than 70 years ago was pardoned in Colorado

based on evidence of his innocence


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