- Published: 29 May 2010
The advent of DNA testing has changed the criminal and judicial landscape for good. The people at the Innocence Project in New York have spearheaded its use and have gone way beyound individual cases to a very holistic work, not in the least reforming many of the practices of police work and educating juries that the most persuasive evidence in their eyes, eye witness identification, has a shockingly bad record.
This May 31st, 2010 Time Magazine article asks the question, If [Scheck] is no more than a crusader for truth, then why is his mission so controversial?
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