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FBI hair analysis problems reveal limits of forensics

...appears far more widespread than initially thought. The Innocence Project, which works to exonerate the wrongly accused...Fabricant, director of strategic litigation at the Innocence Project.A 2013 Associated Press investigation concluded...
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Alaska Innocence Project faces challenges

...attempts to reach the Fairbanks district attorney for this story were unsuccessful. O'Donoghue said he has assisted the Innocence Project by searching the Fairbanks area for an abandoned 1976 red Monte Carlo that might be connected to Hartman's killing...
Outside editorial: Use DNA evidence to find the truth

...inmates demanding the same thing, whether they're innocent or guilty. But Nina Morrison, a staff attorney for the Innocence Project, says that under the federal statute invoked in this case, there have been only about two dozen such petitions...
Court split on convict's right to test DNA

...Osborne, faced skeptical questions from Justice Antonin Scalia, Alito and Roberts. Neufeld is a co-founder of The Innocence Project, which helps free wrongly convicted prisoners. Neufeld said states provide access to the genetic evidence at...
New DNA testing process requires nary a drop of blood

...exclusion is usually 100 percent, Chidambaram said. She mentioned the impact of Short Random Repeat typing on The Innocence Project, a nationwide effort to test DNA from old cases. ``If it doesn't match at even one of the 13 sites, you...
Alaska Innocence Project to host fundraiser Friday

The Alaska Innocence Project, which strives to exonerate prisoners who have been wrongfully convicted, will host its first fundraiser in Juneau this Friday, Feb. 8.
Defense witness testifies about false confessions in 'shaken baby' murder trial

...they're more likely to say it if Reid is used on them."Of the 300 convicted defendants the organization The Innocence Project has exonerated thus far, 16 percent of those cases involved the person who gave a false confession, she said...
Convicted murderer denied DNA testing to show, through the prodigious efforts of dedicated attorneys and criminal justice organizations such as the Innocence Project, that they could not have been the person who committed the crime for which they were convicted," Carey wrote...
Innocence group to aid Alaska convict

...its first case in Alaska. The Innocence Project seeks DNA testing of evidence...wrongfully convicted men. The Innocence Project limits its cases to situations...police Osborne was with him. The Innocence Project estimates that 70 percent...
Group looks into Alaska version of Innocence project

Alaskans who believe they were improperly imprisoned could be getting an advocate.


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