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Chapter 21: The letter that Calpurnia brought was from Aunt Alexandra to tell Atticus that the children weren't at home. Atticus finds Scout, Jem, and Dill. He tells them that they have to go eat supper but they can come back when they're done. Calpurnia scolded them all the way home and during supper. They went back to the trial and Jem was sure that Tom would win. The jury came in and Tom was convicted.
She Was Convicted of Killing Her Mother. Prosecutors Withheld the Evidence That Would Have Freed Her.
She Was Convicted of Killing Her Mother. Prosecutors Withheld the Evidence That Would Have Freed Her. - The New York Times
Innocence Is Irrelevant
Innocence Is Irrelevant - Emily Yoffe for The Atlantic
Man Wrongfully Convicted of Murder Awaits His Exoneration, 52 Years Later
Man Wrongfully Convicted of Murder Awaits His Exoneration, 52 Years Later - The New York Times
'Ghost Of The Innocent Man' Chronicles Justice Too Long Delayed
Ghost of the Innocent Man | Review from NPR
Wrongful Convictions & Injustices The Arizona Justice Project has screened thousands of cases involving wrongful conviction and injustices. It is our mission to help assure that Arizona's prisons are not housing those actually innocent of crime or otherwise victims of manifest injustice. Go to www.azjusticeproject.org to view our Case Profiles!
Case Profile: Byron Lacy, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/byron-lacy
Anthony Graves, shown above, spent 18 years in jail on false charges. Now Charles Sebesta, the prosecutor who sent him there, has been disbarred on charges of egregious prosecutorial misconduct in Graves's case.
"Debra Milke spent twenty-three years on death row for murdering her four year-old son based solely on a confession she never gave." | Gary Stuart, ASU College of Law professor, details a wrongful conviction in this true crime thriller.
DNA Exonerations and the Elusive Promise of Criminal Justice Reform by Carissa Byrne Hessick :: SSRN
Arizona Justice Project
Case Profile: Marjorie Phillips, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/marjorie-phillips
Case Profile: Bill Macumber, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/bill-macumber
Case Profile: Khalil Rushdan, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/khalil_rushdan
Arizona Justice Project
Case Profile: Donna Bennett, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/donna-bennett
Case Profile: Armando Castillo, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/armando-castillo
Case Profile: Larry Bishop, http://www.azjusticeproject.org/profiles/larry-bishop
"The Ballad of Louis Taylor" In partnership with the Arizona Justice Project Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls are proud to offer "The Ballad of Louis Taylor" as the first single from the forthcoming album Got Me Wrong. Purchase the song at www.carlosarzate.com! A portion of the all proceeds from the purchase of this single will go to The Arizona Justice Project to help others like Louis Taylor receive the compassionate justice they deserve. Please share this link and help us spread the…