Innocence Commission: Saving Lives, Under Fire, Part 2

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The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission was created in 2006 as an adjunct to the state’s justice system. The commission investigates and evaluates post-conviction claims of factual innocence for felons convicted of any criminal offense. Claimants must prove the felon’s complete innocence with new factual evidence. In our last post, we reviewed the current law,
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