When an innocent person is found guilty, an injustice has been committed and it is as Martin Luther King, Jr. said: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
According to the National Registry of Exoneration, as of February 4, 2014, 1,403 people have been exonerated in the United States since 1989. In the same period the number of non-DNA exonerations rose from 34 in 2005, to 59 in 2012 and to 69 in 2013.
The Plea Of The Innocent is a 14-page eBook with fascinating facts about wolves which few people know about. If you are in doubt as to the correct format for your device, see the guide to at the bottom of this page.
Table of Contents
- Exoneration, Pardoning and Clemency
- Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere
- Disturbing Numbers
- False Confessions Or Admissions
- False Confessions – The Leading Cause Of Wrongful Convictions
- False Confessions Rife In More Serious Cases
- Guilty Until We Can Find The Real Perpetrator
- New York Is Particularly Bad
- DNA Exoneration
- Exonerated. What Now?
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