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Resource ID: #20810
Subject: Prisons
Source: SF Weekly (San Francisco, Calif.)
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Date: October 29, 2003

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This article takes a look at prisoners who have spent years in prisons, convicted for crimes they have not committed. Last minute DNA testing while on death row is one way in which these people are released. This story looks at other simpler procedural changes such as videotaping confessions whenever possible that can stop these kinds of wrongful convictions.

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