In Criminal Justice, A Life-And-Death Struggle To Get It Right

Susan Shelley

Columnist and member of the editorial board of the Southern California News Group, and the author of the book, “How Trump Won.”

Few sights are more chilling than an empty execution chamber, with its unbuckled straps, waiting. The death penalty gets everybody’s attention. The National Registry of Exonerations, a project of the University of Michigan Law School, says that since 1989, 115 wrongfully convicted people were sentenced to death and later cleared of the charges against them […]

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