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Event Raised over $150,000 for the Innocence Project's Cause FAIRFIELD, Ohio, Oct.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office Dismisses Case Based on DNA Testing Conducted By DNA Diagnostics Center FAIRFIELD, Ohio, Feb.
The Minnesota Innocence Project hosted a benefit in which the
Why do innocent people go to jail in the United States every year for violent crimes they did not commit?
Douglas Prade, a former Akron, Ohio Police Captain has been exonerated for the murder of his ex-wife after spending almost 15 years in prison and DNA testing performed by the DNA Diagnostics Center
Thousands of convicted inmates are sitting in a prison, including dozens on death row, that are innocent, but one project is collaborating with the American Chemical Society (ACS) to try and keep forensic experts accountable to science.
FAIRFIELD, Ohio, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- "Hello Truth" has meaning for Robert McClendon, DDC's (DNA Diagnostics Center) first Innocence Network exoneree who was freed through forensic DNA testing in 2008.
FAIRFIELD, Ohio, April 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In a landmark case, a prisoner with a life sentence was freed after serving 18 years in a Florida prison, based on DNA findings presented by DDC (DNA Diagnostics Center). DNA analysis and testimony provided by Dr.
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