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385 East 8th Street, Claremont, CA
Thousands of innocent people are behind bars in the United States. But proving their innocence and winning their release is nearly impossible. In this lecture, legal scholar Daniel Medwed will argue that our justice system’s stringent procedural rules are largely to blame for the ongoing punishment of the innocent. Drawing on his research and practical experience, he will offer an overview of how appellate, post-conviction, and executive branch remedies operate in the context of a prisoner’s innocence claim and explore them in the context of a case that he litigated in New York.
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