"Sentinel event analysis," a process traditionally not used in criminal justice but entrenched in the health-care and transportation industries, now is being tested to help prevent major justice errors, the New Yorker magazine reports. Boston defense attorney James Doyle observed the proliferation of exoneration cases in the post-DNA era and worked on reform efforts. "No one gets into this job to convict innocent people," he says. "The real problem is developing the capability for dealing with inevitable mistakes . . .
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