Alex Simpson

California Innocence Project

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Associate director of the California Innocence Project at California Western School of Law in San Diego; lead attorney on Michael Hanline’s case

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Since the advent of DNA testing in the 1980's, US courts have come to recognize that wrongful convictions are all too common.

New Wrongful Conviction Unit Unveiled at DA's Office

Since the advent of DNA testing in the 1980's, US courts have come to recognize that wrongful convictions are all too common.

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Ventura County’s District Attorney says he’s “ no longer comfortable ” with the murder conviction of Michael Hanline.

State’s Longest Serving Wrongfully Convicted Inmate Is Free

Ventura County’s District Attorney says he’s “ no longer comfortable ” with the murder conviction of Michael Hanline.

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