Has the Justice System Abandoned the Presumption of Innocence?

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Relatively few of the 11 million Americans arrested every year are convicted, but the way people inside and outside the justice system often treat arrestees challenges the bedrock principle that an individual is presumed innocent until proven guilty—and undermines reform, according to a forthcoming paper in the Alabama Law Review . . .

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