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Justice for All: Examining Wrongful Convictions Among Women on International Women’s Day

Today is March 8th, which marks the observance of International Women’s Day worldwide. Observed since 1911, the day aims to celebrate the various impacts women have made towards improving society socially, economically, and culturally. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Although many strides have been made over the past […]

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Wrongful Conviction Factors

Wrongful Conviction Factors A wrongful conviction is the conviction of an innocent person for a crime that they did not commit. It can also be a conviction secured in violation of a person’s constitutional rights. Georgia Innocence Project focuses on wrongful convictions involving the conviction of an innocent person, though many of our cases also

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