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Police shot him and accused him of rape. After 19 years in jail, he's been exonerated.
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Using “Serial” To Explore Whether The Law Is Truly Objective
The Path to Innocence for Wrongly Convicted Americans
Want Kids to Become Scientists? Don't Arrest Them For Experimenting
Can Court Mandated Yoga and Meditation Keep Kids Out of Prison?
Why I Trained My Lens on NYC Stop and Frisk Laws and How You Can Help
Social Impact Bond Launches in U.S. Backed By Goldman Sachs, Mike Bloomberg Billionaires See Profit in Prisons, But It's a Good Thing This Time
Trayvon Martin's Killer Was Finally Charged With a Crime—Was It the Right One?
No Safety in Numbers A New Way to Treat Sex Offenders
Why the Norway Shooter May End Up Serving A Life Sentence
People Are Awesome: Muslim Hate-Crime Victim Petitions to Save His Attacker's Life
Weighing the Death Penalty vs. Life Without Parole
Light-Skinned Black Women Receive Shorter Prison Sentences Than Dark Women
Capital Stupidity: The Death Penalty Costs California $300 Million Per Execution
Why Prison Rape Jokes Are Really Not Funny
Spread the Word: Send a Quick Message of Hope to an Innocent Prisoner
Should an 11-Year-Old Boy Go to Jail for Life?
Can the U.K.'s Social Impact Bonds Work in the United States?
Meet the Social Impact Bond