A new report published by The Justice Project, Convicting the Innocent in Georgia: Stories of Injustice and the Reforms that Can Prevent Them highlights thirteen cases of wrongful conviction in Georgia that caused twenty men to collectively spend nearly 170 years in prison.
|By: John Terzano Tuesday September 22, 2009 7:06 am|
|By: John Terzano Tuesday July 14, 2009 6:14 am|
Why would anyone confess to a crime they did not commit? What would it take to get you to confess to a crime? Most people find it hard to understand how anyone could ever confess to a crime they did not commit. But it happens over and over again. Last week, two major newspapers highlighted two different cases where the confessions of the defendants had been called into question.