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  • Wrongfully Convicted
    Family medicine and psychiatry professor Edmund S. Higgins provides a database of wrongful convictions, common errors in false convictions, and information about the influence of DNA testing evidence.
  • Exonerated, The
    Official site for the Court TV movie starring Brian Dennehy, Danny Glover, Aidan Quinn, and Susan Sarandon as wrongfully convicted death row inmates. Based on the play by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen.
  • From Blackstone to Bentham: Why Wrongful Conviction is on the Rise
    By Paul Craig Roberts, co-author of The Tyranny of Good Intentions.
  • Frontline: Burden of Innocence
    Looks into the lives of the wrongfully imprisoned with interviews, online videos, FAQs, and profiles. Exclusively provided by PBS.
  • Frontline: What Jennifer Saw
    Online presentation of the PBS TV show documenting how DNA cleared Ronald Cotton after he had spent 10 and a half years in prison for rape.
  • Innocence Project
    Nonprofit legal clinic handling cases where postconviction DNA testing of evidence can yield conclusive proof of innocence.
  • Krone, Ray (1)
    Find sites for Ray Krone, the American wrongfully convicted of murder featuring background information, imprisonment, trial details, release, and news archive about the man who spent 10 years in prison before he was proved innocent and who hence turned an activist working for the abolition of the death penalty.
  • Northwestern University School of Law: Center on Wrongful Convictions
    Clinical program dedicated to identifying and rectifying wrongful convictions and other serious miscarriages of justice. Also offers records of exoneration cases by historical significance and by state.
  • Procedure for Reversing a Wrongful Conviction
    Information and tips from Cowling Investigations, Inc.
  • Truth in Justice Project
    Nonprofit organization working to free wholly innocent men and women convicted of crimes they did not commit, and to prevent wrongful convictions.
  • Wikipedia: Miscarriage of Justice
    Overview of the causes of wrongful convictions and specific cases by country.
  • Wrongful Convictions in Canada
    Slideshow of how an innocent person maybe be wrongly convicted, with examples of wrongful convictions in Canada.

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