Tucker Carrington

University of Mississippi

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Director of the Mississippi Innocence Project, based at the University of Mississippi School of Law

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Mississippi's former Governor Haley Barbour waited two days before explaining why  he pardoned 200 convicts  before leaving office this week.

Barbour's Pardons and Mississippi's History of Unjust Prosecutions

Mississippi's former Governor Haley Barbour waited two days before explaining why he pardoned 200 convicts before leaving office this week.

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