Monthly Archives: June 2009

Supreme Court gives with one hand and denies with the other.

This past week saw two nearly diametrically opposed decisions eminate fom the United States Supreme Court: District Attorney’s Office v. Osborne and Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts. The two cases provide a fascinating look into the thinking of the High Court. One … Continue reading

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Oprah highlights false confessions

In a show dedicated to false confessions, Oprah Winfrey asks the question what makes someone confess to a crime he did not do? By following the case of one man, Marty Tankleff, who did just that–admitted to murdering his parents … Continue reading

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CBS3 Interviews the Pennsylvania Innocence Project for Newsmakers

Check out the video here!

Posted in DNA Science, Exoneration, General, Pennsylvania Law, Witness Identifications