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Kenneth Adams
Marcellius Bradford
Ronnie Bullock
Rolando Cruz
Alejandro Dominguez
Gary Dotson
Michael Evans
David A. Gray
Paula Gray
Alejandro Hernandez
Dana Holland
Verneal Jimerson
Richard Johnson
Ronald Jones
Steven Linscott
Larry Ollins
Calvin Ollins
Marlon Pendleton
Willie Rainge
Donald Reynolds
Lafonso Rollins
Omar Saunders
Paul Terry
Billy Wardell
Dennis Williams
John Willis
Jerry Miller
Marcus Lyons
Dean Cage
Maurice Patterson
Larry Gillard
Jonathan Barr
Robert Taylor
James Harden
Robert Lee Veal
Shainne Sharp
Michael Saunders
Harold Richardson
Vincent Thames
Terrill Swift
Juan Rivera
James Edwards
Bennie Starks

Compensation Law: Yes

DNA Access Law: Yes

Recorded Interrogations Law: Yes

Preservation of Evidence: Yes

Criminal Justice Reform Commissions: Yes

DNA Exonerations Nationwide

In 200th DNA Exoneration Nationwide, Jerry Miller in Chicago Is Proven Innocent 25 Years After Wrongful Conviction

Dean Cage, Wrongfully Convicted Based on Eyewitness ID Practices that Are Still in Place Today, Is Exonerated in Chicago with DNA

Innocence Project Applauds Illinois for Abolishing the Death Penalty

Chicago Judge Overturns Murder Convictions of Four Men Based on New DNA Evidence Linking the Crime to a Convicted Murderer

Illinois Appeals Court Throws Major Blow to Lake County Prosecutor's Effort to Retry Man that DNA Testing Has Excluded as Source of Evidence in 1986 Rape

60 Minutes: Moving Past a Prison Nightmare

Lake County, Illinois Man Exonerated After 25 Year Struggle to Clear His Name

The Senate Commerce Committee Unanimously Approves Bipartisan Bill to Ensure Forensics Practices Are Based on Best Science

Innocence Project Urges Congress to Pass Justice For All Reauthorization Act of 2013 to Strengthen the Criminal Justice System

Innocence Project Commends Attorney General Eric Holder for His Efforts to Uncover and Prevent Wrongful Convictions

National Academy of Sciences Issues Landmark Report on Memory and Eyewitness Identification

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