1. Eyewitness Misidentification: How the Innocence Project Helped Exonerate Marvin Anderson

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    For more information, go to http://legalbroadcastnetwork.com. LBN’s Emily Collins reports on the case of an innocent man who was wrongfully convicted but later freed with the help of the Innocence Project. Marvin Anderson was convicted by eyewitness testimony and subsequently exonerated by DNA evidence.

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    • DAMN! Cleveland Three Released After 20 Years

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      The East Cleveland Three released after 20 years thank to the Innocence Project . The system failed them is a bullshit excuse. Change the fucking system.

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      • Oregon Innocence Project Promo

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        Oregon Innocence Project (OIP) is a joint project of the Oregon Justice Resource Center (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based out of Lewis & Clark Law School) and Metropolitan Public Defender whose mission is to (1) exonerate the wrongfully convicted, (2) educate and train law students, and (3) promote legal reforms aimed at preventing wrongful convictions. Trudi Morrison Producer/Director Ben LeRoy Producer/Videographer Quincy Davis Editor

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        • Justice for Jesse Brooks

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          This is the story of Jesse Brooks, an innocent man sentenced to 15 to 30 years for a crime he didn't commit. Family, friends and supporters are working to overturn this miscarriage of justice. If you believe in justice, believe in Jesse. Learn more about Jesse and the injustice he is suffering at Justice for Jesse Brooks on Facebook, Justice4JesseB on Twitter, JusticeforJesseBrooks.com and Justice for Jesse Brooks on YouTube.

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          • Justice for Jesse Brooks

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            This is the story of Jesse Brooks, an innocent man sentenced to 15 to 30 years for a crime he didn't commit. Family, friends and supporters are working to overturn this miscarriage of justice. If you believe in justice, believe in Jesse. Learn more about Jesse and the injustice he is suffering at Justice for Jesse Brooks on Facebook, Justice4JesseB on Twitter, JusticeforJesseBrooks.com and Justice for Jesse Brooks on YouTube.

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            • Confronting Alonzo Hardy

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              A scene from the documentary film "Freedom Fighters" (work-in-progress). https://www.facebook.com/freedomfightersfilm There’s a new detective agency in Dallas, Texas, started by a group of exonerated men, with decades in prison served between them. They call themselves the Freedom Fighters, and they are looking to free innocent people still behind bars. Freedom Fighters explores their stories of wrongful imprisonment, their struggles to start their lives over again as free men, and their quest to help others who may be innocent.

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              • Appropriate Relief Excerpts

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                A collection of materials for the Lange-Taylor Prize submission.

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                • What is to be done? Back to the Future: Looking Back to the Past to Change the Future

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                  Innocence Project co-founder Peter Neufeld gives the keynote address at AIDWYC's 20th Anniversary Conference on November 23, 2013. If you like this video and want to support AIDWYC's work, please visit www.aidwyc.org to become a member or make a donation today!

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                  • Forensic Science Depression and Exhilaration: Back to the Future: Looking Back to the Past to Change the Future

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                    Alan Gold moderates this discussion of forensic science's relationship with miscarriages of justice. The lecture features Barry Scheck, co-founder of the Innocence Project and Professor Michael Saks. This program has been accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada for 1.0 Substantive Hour.

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