Yesterday, Innocence Project Co-Director Peter Neufeld, Dallas District Attorney Craig Watkins, exoneree Dennis Fritz and eyewitness identification expert Gary Wells joined host Warren Olney on National Public Radio’s “To The Point” to discuss the 200 DNA exonerations to date and criminal justice reforms underway nationwide.
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, who was exonerated April 23rd in Chicago after serving 24 years in prison and one year on parole for a crime he didn’t commit, was interviewed on this week’s episode of PBS’s Bill Moyers Journal.
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Miller is the 200th person exonerated by DNA testing nationwide. The Innocence Project launched a month-long awareness campaign to prevent these injustices from happening again. Read more breaking news and discover multimedia resources in our special section:
200 Exonerated, Too Many Wrongfully Convicted