In light of #DennisPerry's release, Exec. Director Clare Gilbert talks to @ZachLashway on @wjxt4 about the many unique barriers to fighting for GA's imprisoned innocent: "Days like this are rare, and they're also what keep us going through the rough times." https://t.co/cbxQhtzYWL
GA’s punishment for prosecutorial misconduct—like withholding exculpatory evidence—is among the weakest in the country. The maximum is public reprimand.
“I think it’s time that we have a serious discussion in this state about regulating prosecutors as we do judges.”
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“Two years ago, I told my wife I was going to pray myself out of here,” said our client #DennisPerry, moments after walking out of Coffee Correctional Facility, where he spent two decades wrongfully imprisoned.
“And that’s what I’ve done.” https://t.co/f56nnBOqu1