Ma. Considers Reforms To Curb Wrongful Convictions

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Anthony Powell, who served nearly 13 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, fits a pattern among inmates exonerated in Suffolk County, Ma., in recent years, reports the Boston Globe: He was convicted based largely on an erroneous eyewitness identification, he repeatedly protested his innocence, and he languished in prison until DNA testing
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