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The Article examines how prosecutors adopt legal standards, how they evaluate both forensic and non-forensic new evidence of innocence, and how and when they acknowledge innocence—all in the context of the highly discretionary postconviction arena.
Webster, Elizabeth H.. Postconviction Innocence Review in the Age of Progressive Prosecution. Albany Law Review, 83, 3: 101-134, 2020. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Criminal Justice & Criminology: Faculty Publications & Other Works,
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