Matthew Redle

National District Attorneys' Association

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District Attorney in Sheridan, Wyoming. Vice President of the National District Attorneys' Association

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Mistakes made at the FBI's crime lab may have helped put thousands of people behind bars, based on faulty analysis of forensic evidence.

Forensic Science and the Wrongful Conviction of Innocent People

Mistakes made at the FBI's crime lab may have helped put thousands of people behind bars, based on faulty analysis of forensic evidence.

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