Samuel Gross

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A new report released today found that 150 people convicted of crimes were exonerated in 2015. A third of these people were originally found guilty of murder.

Exonerations Report

A new report released today found that 150 people convicted of crimes were exonerated in 2015. A third of these people were originally found guilty of murder.

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A new study  says 1 in 25 death row inmates are likely innocent. With over 3000 people currently on death row in America, the number of potential innocents is no small number.

Death Row Innocence

A new study says 1 in 25 death row inmates are likely innocent. With over 3000 people currently on death row in America, the number of potential innocents is no small number.

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