Why Justice System is Reluctant to Admit It’s Wrong

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Ever since DNA ushered in a new era in criminal justice, even the toughest law-and-order advocates have come to acknowledge that some innocent people are locked away for crimes they didn’t commit. Less widely understood is just how reluctant the system is to righting those wrongs, The Atlantic and ProPublica report. Courts . . .

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