Friday Roundup: Revisiting Old Cases and Rebuilding Lives
Two decades after nine people were killed at an Arizona Buddhist temple,
controversy still surrounds the investigation and convictions in the case
Four years after being exonerated from Tennessee’s death row,
Innocence Project client Paul House is thriving at home
A Missouri court has
thrown out a prisoner’s murder conviction
14 years into his sentence due to false and misleading testimony in his trial and the incompetence of his trial attorney.
The state of Texas
has scheduled a fourth execution date for Hank Skinner
, which could be too late for him to request DNA testing under a new state law. The California State Legislature
is considering a bil
l that could revisit life prison terms handed down to juveniles after they have served 15 years.
After six years behind bars, a Minnesota man convicted of murder
was released on bail
after being granted a new trial.
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