Tag Archives: Actual Innocence
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Dec

The justice system is about winning.

What do Utah’s Harry Miller, Florida’s James Bain, and my latest client have in common? Three things: (1) They all claimed actual innocence; (2) they all believed that actual innocence would be enough to exonerate them; and (3) they were all wrong. In a previous post, I detailed Harry Miller’s plight. The State accused Miller […]

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