The Common Causes Of Wrongful Conviction

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Wrongful conviction is a situation where a person undergoes punishment for a crime they did not commit. It is a conviction reached in disputed or unfair trial. DNA evidence has been used in recent years to clear individuals falsely convicted so as to avoid execution of innocent people. There are means to overturn wrongful conviction as exhibited by most criminal justice systems, but this is not always easy to achieve. The following are the common causes of wrongful

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