Friday Roundup: Proving Innocence in South Carolina and Nebraska


A South Carolina man

maintains his innocence in murder case

while the state’s high court reviews possibility of false confession and prosecutorial misconduct.

This year the

prison population in the U.S. declined

for the first time in nearly four decades, according to The Bureau of Justice Statistics.

A Nebraska man, who has an appeal pending before a state appeals court for DNA testing in his rape conviction,  was

denied a commutation hearing


National Taiwan University officially established

Taiwan Innocence Project


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