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Gary L. Wells

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Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University and an expert in eyewitness identification

Gary L. Wells on KCRW

Since 1989, some 200 criminal convicts have been exonerated by DNA testing, some within days of execution. In 75 percent of those cases, the major flaw was eyewitness identification.

DNA Testing and the Exoneration of the Innocent

Since 1989, some 200 criminal convicts have been exonerated by DNA testing, some within days of execution. In 75 percent of those cases, the major flaw was eyewitness identification.

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