Not sure what this is but it is hopefully better than sinking.
Category: wrongful conviction
Is from the Baldwin Hills looking east at downtown Los Angeles in the background. There was some temptation to sharpen the image in the distance but it seemed a good metaphor to have things clearer the closer they are and fuzzy in the distance. The shadowy crime scene terrain is meant to depict the darkness […]
Convicting the innocent is nothing new. In 1932, Edwin M. Borchard wrote Convicting the Innocent: Sixty-Five Actual Errors of Criminal Justice. Borchard was not a defense attorney and in the introduction he reveals he was not particularly interested in criminal law, but as a law professor at Yale University, he could not ignore injustice. He […]
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