Ron Sullivan

Harvard Law School

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Director of the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School

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Cities like Dallas and New York have had wrongful convictions units, which investigate and review cases that may have resulted in the convictions of innocent people. Now L.A.

L.A. County's New Wrongful Convictions Unit

Cities like Dallas and New York have had wrongful convictions units, which investigate and review cases that may have resulted in the convictions of innocent people. Now L.A.

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