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TOMORROW! Tune in to see how four innocent people survived America's #GuiltyPleaProblem.
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01/21/2017 at 23:58. Facebook
"Nobody really understands it. Even to this day. Nobody."

-Chris Ochoa, 1 of at least 337 innocent people who pleaded guilty to a crime he didn't commit

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01/21/2017 at 01:11. Facebook
In 86% of DNA exoneration plea cases an alternate perpetrator was identified.

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Innocence Project
01/20/2017 at 18:56. Facebook
Jeffrey MacDonald maintains his innocence, saying that four people broke into his home, knocked him unconscious and killed his family.

Jeffrey MacDonald continues to fight his '79 murder conviction
Innocence Project
01/20/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Our criminal justice system relies on plea bargains.

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Innocence Project
01/19/2017 at 23:13. Facebook
Wyoming, it’s time to pass the “actual innocence” bill. Here’s how you can fight for innocent people in prison.

Wyoming: This is how you can fight for the rights of the wrongly convicted
Innocence Project
01/19/2017 at 01:15. Facebook
Illinois Court of Claims owes 14 exonerees a total of $2.5 million.

Illinois Historic Budget Impasse Continues to Hinder Exonerees
Innocence Project
01/18/2017 at 23:03. Facebook
This criminal justice system is broken.

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Harold Israel was arrested in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1924 for carrying a concealed weapon and soon found himself charged with the murder of a local priest.

The prosecutor who saved an innocent man from execution
Innocence Project
01/17/2017 at 15:17. Facebook
"A system that puts that much pressure on people to plead guilty is a problem."

Hill Harper, learn more at GuiltyPleaProblem.Org

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01/17/2017 at 00:17. Facebook
The countdown continues: One week to go!

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01/16/2017 at 17:01. Facebook
FACT: People of color disproportionately pleading guilty to crimes they did not commit.

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If you missed it last week, make sure to catch the encore presentation of Conviction: The Richard Rosario Story tonight at 8 PM EST on MSNBC!
The Kentucky Innocence Project client William Virgil was exonerated after 28 years in prison for a 1987 murder he didn't commit.

This Week in Innocence News - January 13
The campaign to expose America's guilty plea problem starts in 10 days.

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City and federal officials have agreed to a series of reforms the Police Department will make to address the problems detailed in a scathing report.

Chicago Police Routinely Trampled on Civil Rights, Justice Dept. Says
Preliminary lab results exclude Sherman Brown, who is serving a life sentence for a 1969 murder of a young boy in Virginia.

Update on the case of Innocence Project client Sherman Brown
New job posting: Network Organizational Development Specialist.

Employment Opportunities at the Innocence Project in NYC
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