Hofstra Law Review


The article discusses possible connections between judicial reform and police procedures in wrongfully convicted exonerations in the California judicial system. It presents statistics concerning wrongful convictions in California, the concept of misidentification in wrongful convictions, false confessions, and misleading DNA and forensic evidence.



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