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Wrongful Convictions and the DNA Revolution Wrongful Convictions and the DNA Revolution: 25 Years of Freeing the Innocent

On Friday, September 25, criminal law experts gathered at Northeastern University School of Law for a symposium on the significance of the DNA revolution and reflected on a quarter century of documented DNA exonerations from 1989-2014.

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Professor Daniel Medwed
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Barry Scheck, Co-founder and Co-director, The Innocence Project, New York City
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Peter Neufeld, Co-founder and Co-director, The Innocence Project, New York City
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The Honorable Ralph Gants, Chief Justice, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
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