Innocence Project Criticizes Oversight of Prosecutors

, New York Law Journal

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The oversight of prosecutors, either by their offices or the courts, is "either failing or nonexistent," according to a new Innocence Project report examining five states, including New York.

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  • David A.

    I fully support the innocence project and what they do, I just wish they didn‘t focus entirely on people who are factually innocent. There are plenty of factually guilty defendant‘s who should not have been convicted, but they receive little to no help.

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