Monthly magazine which profiles the wrongly convicted and seeks assistance to free them. Also features current information about the justice system and prominent national cases.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
Presents data related to the characteristics of the criminal justice system, the public's attitude toward crime, demographics of offenders, judicial processing of defendants, and more.
Frontline: The Case For Innocence
Examines the science of DNA testing, and the controversy over its use when introduced as new evidence in already decided criminal cases.
Frontline: What Jennifer Saw
Examines the case of Ronald Cotton, who was twice wrongly accused of rape, and questions the reliability of eyewitness identification and the accuracies of DNA evidence.
Information and articles about sentencing reform provided by a trial judge.
Frontline: An Ordinary Crime
Investigating a bizarre case of possible injustice: is Terence Garner an innocent man and in prison merely for having the wrong name?