Why Justice System is Reluctant to Admit It’s Wrong

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No one tracks how often the wrongly convicted are pressured to accept plea deals in lieu of exonerations. In Baltimore City and County alone—two separate jurisdictions with their own prosecutors—ProPublica identified at least 10 cases in the last 19 years in which defendants with viable innocence claims ended up signing "Alford" pleas or time-served deals . . .

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