Saturday, March 29, 2008

Convicting Innocents

At this link is a post titled "Who is Trying to Count Sentencing Mistakes?" Berman explores and readers offer helpful comments on this topic as well as the phenom of innocents' convictions. One in seven seems to be the low estimate.

This is not cool. Or maybe, if we are just trying to create more cheap felon labor, homelessness, and disrespect for the law, it is. Prison is grad school for criminals.

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