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The Epidemic of Wrongful Convictions

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On January 23, Dateline NBC Producer and Investigative Journalist, Dan Slepian ’92 and Professor Emeritus Nancy Franklin of Stony Brook University’s Department of Psychology joined alumni in New York City for a fireside chat on “The Epidemic of Wrongful Convictions.” Watch the full conversation:



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  • This was great to listen to. we need more people to be involved in the issue of wrongful convictions. my name is Esther Hernandez I’m from Chicago I’ll the most corrupt city on wrongful convictions, i have two son’s that are wrongfully convicted for 23 years by the notorious former Det. Reinaldo Guevara he framed over 60 people 20 of them have been exonerated. thank you.

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