TX Witness ID Reforms After Mistaken Rape Conviction Called Success

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The New Yorker tells the story of how Texas legislators passed laws in 2011 to change the way eyewitness identifications are handled in the criminal investigative process. It happened in the case of Tim Cole, who was granted the first posthumous pardon in Texas history after another man confessed to a rape for which Cole
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