April 21, 2013
"Even if the American criminal justice system proved 99.5 percent accurate, it would still generate more than 10,000 wrongful convictions a year and these would reflect only serious index crimes."

C.R. Huff et al., Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy (1996).

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