"DNA evidence cleared its 200th person Monday, another milestone for a technology that has not only reversed convictions but has also prompted a more critical look at flaws in the justice system _ from crime lab work to the way arson cases are investigated.
The details of the latest exoneration are typically nightmarish: Jerry Miller served 25 years for a rape conviction and had already been paroled when DNA tests showed he could not have been the man who attacked a woman in a Chicago parking garage."
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
In situations like this, you never know whether to applaud the justice served, or curse the miscarriage...
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