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National Registry of Exonerations

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National Registry of Exonerations Researcher and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Maurice Possley

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist and National Registry of Exonerations Researcher Maurice Possley

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Pultizer Prize winning journalist and National Registry of Exoneration researcher Maurice Possley

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Why are the Innocent Convicted?

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How Do Wrongful Convictions Happen?

The National Registry of Exonerations is a project of the University of Michigan Law School, Michigan State University College of Law and the University of California Irvine Newkirk Center for Science and Society. The Registry was co-founded in 2012 with the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law to provide detailed information about known exonerations in the United States since 1989. As of March 28, 2017, the Registry has more than 2,000 known exonerations in the United States since 1989. The National Registry does not include more than 1,800 defendants cleared in 15 large-scale police scandals that came to light between 1989 and March 7, 2017, in which officers systematically framed innocent defendants.
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