Ma. Prosecutors Study Wrongful Conviction Reforms

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Concerned that a series of wrongful convictions are eroding public confidence in Massachusetts’ criminal justice system, Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly and the state’s 11 district attorneys said they are studying why such miscarriages of justice occur and how to prevent them, reports the Boston Globe. The “Justice Initiative” project is expected to result in
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