Helping Prove Innocence of Wrongly Accused - 4:54
Valena Beety
Posted May 09, 2018
There are far more wrongly accused people in prison, according to Valena Beety, Director of the West Virginia Innocence Project at WVU's College of Law, tells host Eric Minor about the flaws in the system that land innocent people in prison and that, yes DNA is helping to free people, but laws need to be changed and those in the business of crime fighting need to be educated.
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