Format: 2015-04
Mar 9, 2015
Chicago Tribune - Scheck and Potkin said the evidence against Gonzalez was never solid. Witnesses' identifications have been proven fallible, and some experts regard the type of "show-up" procedure by which the victim identified Gonzalez as unreliable.
Mar 9, 2015
MSNBC - Chris Hayes talks with Barry Scheck, co-founder of The Innocence Project about what it takes to get someone exonerated from a wrongful conviction as part of a special show, All In America: The 11th Hour.
Feb 5, 2015
February 5, 2015 - He finally was cleared with the assistance of the Innocence Project, which is affiliated with Benjamin N. Cardozo law school in New York.
Jan 16, 2015
The Christian Science Monitor - Since 2003, 50 death row inmates have been exonerated, according The Innocence Project at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York.
Dec 18, 2014
ABC2 - The original Innocence Project was founded at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York in 1992, and it became an independent nonprofit in 2004.
Dec 16, 2014
Los Angeles Times - More than half a century ago, the Supreme Court established a rule that requires prosecutors to turn over to defense attorneys any evidence pointing to a defendant's innocence.