Special New York Times report: The long road back after exoneration
On the front page of today’s New York Times is an in-depth feature on the lives of people exonerated by DNA testing after spending years in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. In one of the most complete studies to date of life after exoneration, reporters interviewed more than 100 exonerees on the difficulties of adjusting to freedom after a wrongful conviction.
Visit the New York Times website to explore an interactive feature including audio interviews with dozens of exonerees
Help the Innocence Project provide services to exonerated clients after their release – donate to the Exoneree Fund today
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