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The New York Times: "A police officer's Word Convicted Them. Now He's Charged with Murder." (2/26/2020)

The New Yorker: "A Murder Trial In Reverse" (2/24/2020)

NBC News: "Groveland Four, the black men pardoned after 1949 rape accusation, honored with memorial" (2/21/2020)

ABC News:Man's case becomes 268th tossed conviction in state's history(2/12/2020) 

The Washington Post: "A rape kit that sat untested for decades just exonerated a wrongfully convicted man" (1/29/2020)


New York Review of Books: Jailed by Bad Science” (12/19/2019) 

The Washington Post:We need to fix forensics. But How?” (6-part series6/20/2019-8/26/2019) 

The Intercept: "21,000 Years Lost and Counting: Prosecutors are Working to Clear Wrongful Convictions, but Their Record is Mixed" (4/24/19)

The New York Times: "A Leading Cause for Wrongful Convictions: Experts Overstating Forensic Results" (4/20/19)

Reason: "U.S. Prisoners Have Lost a Combined 20,000 Years of Life to False Convictions" (4/10/19)

WTTW - Chicago Public Media: "Illinois Leads Nation in Exonerations After Police Corruption Scandal" (4/9/19)

Chicago Sun-Times: "Nearly 50 people in Illinois were exonerated of crimes in 2018, top in US" (4/9/19)


The Washington Post: "Report: Wrongful convictions have stolen at least 20,000 years from innocent defendants" (9/10/18)

The Hill: "Good news, bad news for innocent people in prison" (3/18/18)

NBC News: "More exonerations are driven by police and prosecutor misconduct" (3/14/18)

New York Times: "False Confessions, Mistaken Witnesses, Corrupt Investigators: Why 139 Innocent People Went to Jail" (3/14/18)

The Texas Tribune: "Fewer exonerations in Texas' Harris County drove national rate lower too, study finds" (3/14/18)

NPR: "Fewer Innocent Inmates Were Released From Prison In 2017, Study Says" (3/14/18)


BuzzFeed: "Why William Varnado Lied" (3/21/17)

NBC News: "How One Texas County Drove a Record Rise in Exonerations" (3/8/17)

New York Times: "Black People More Likely to Be Wrongfully Convicted of Murder, Study Shows" (3/7/17)

Los Angeles Times: "When Wrongful Convictions Affect Blacks More Than Whites, Can We Call it a Justice System?" (3/7/17)

NPR and WBUR's Here & Now: "Reports Find Record Number of Exonerations, and Race Plays a Major Role" (3/7/17)

Vox: "Study: Black People are 7 Times More Likely Than White People to be Wrongly Convicted of Murder" (3/7/17)


Wall Street Journal: "For Victims’ Families, the Torment of Exoneration" (11/7/16)

McClatchy DC: "Why 2015 was a record year for the wrongfully convicted" and "Prosecutors look to free the innocent – but won't release findings" (8/18/16)

Take Part: "The Proven Way to Keep More Innocent Teens From Confessing to Murder (and Why Police Won't Adopt It)" (6/17/16)

The Marshall Project: "For 50 Years, You've Had "The Right to Remain Silent"(6/12/16)

New York Times: "Prisoners Exonerated, Prosecutors Exposed" (2/12/16)

USA Today: "Alberto Gonzales: Justice system wrongs too many" (2/10/16)

Washington Post: "The Uptick in Exonerations Highlights Problems in Our Criminal-Justice System" (2/5/16)

New York Times: "Record Number of False Convictions Overturned in 2015" (2/3/16)

Guardian: "Nearly Three People a Week in US Exonerated of Crimes Last Year" (2/3/16)

Associated Press: "Report Finds Record Number of US Exonerations in 2015" (2/3/16)


Take Part: "The Curious Cases of Pleading Guilty While Innocent" (11/20/15)

The Washington Post: "The Staggering Number of Wrongful Convictions In America" (7/24/15)

Associated Press (Houston Chronicle): Record number of exonerations driven by Texas drug cases(1/27/15)

US News & World Report: 2014 a Record Year for Exonerations, Report Finds” (1/27/15)

Huffington Post: Exonerations Of The Wrongfully Convicted Hit Record High In The U.S. In 2014(1/27/15)

USA Today: Exonerations hit record high in 2014” (1/27/15)

Time: The U.S. Is Exonerating More People Than Ever” (1/27/15)

The Washington Post: Record number of exonerations in the U.S., report says” (1/29/15)

Houston Chronicle: "DA, county officials meet on drug policy(2/11/15)


New York Times:  “Study puts Exonerations at Record Level in U.S. (2/4/14)

Associated Press: Prosecutors Help Set Record Number of Exonerations” (2/4/14)

Reuters: U.S. criminals exonerated in 2013 climbs to record high: study (2/4/14)

National Public Radio’s Here and Now: Study Shows Record Number of Criminal Exonerations” (2/4/14)

Time:Record Number of U.S. Prisoners Exonerated in 2013” (2/4/14)

Huffington Post: A Record Number Of Inmates Were Exonerated Last Year For Crimes They Didn't Commit (2/4/14)

The Atlantic: Why Some States Still Fight the Exoneration of the Innocent (2/6/14)


Huffington Post: “National Registry Of Exonerations Sees Prosecutors And Police Give More Help To Wrongly Convicted” (4/5/13)

National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation: Life After Exoneration, For The Victims On Both Sides(4/15/13)

NBC News: Law enforcement leads the way in overturning bad convictions, group says” (4/3/13)


Associated Press: Study: 2,000 convicted then exonerated in 23 years” (5/20/12)

Los Angeles Times: Registry tallies over 2,000 wrongful convictions since 1989 (5/20/12)

Huffington Post: National Registry Of Exonerations: More Than 2,000 People Freed After Wrongful Convictions (5/21/12)

USA Today:  “New database tracks exonerations in USA” (5/21/12)

CNN:More than 2,000 wrongfully convicted people exonerated in 23 years, researchers say” (5/21/12)

National Public Radio’s All Things Considered: "Exoneration List Shows Patterns In False Convictions(5/22/12)