Webinar: 426 Years: An Examination of 25 Wrongful Convictions in Brooklyn, New York

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Webinar: 426 Years: An Examination of 25 Wrongful Convictions in Brooklyn, New York

Mark Hale, Chief of the Conviction Review Unit ("CRU") at the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office will look back at the first twenty-five wrongful convictions identified by the office’s CRU since its inception in 2014.

09/23/2020 - 09/23/2020 3pm ET

Please join us on September 23, 2020 at 3pm EDT for the next webinar in APA’s Conviction Integrity Webinar Series, “426 Years: An Examination of 25 Wrongful Convictions in Brooklyn, New York.” Mark Hale, Chief of the Conviction Review Unit (“CRU”) at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, will look back at the first twenty-five wrongful convictions identified by the office’s CRU since its inception in 2014. The magnitude of years lost to wrongful imprisonment in these cases is almost unbearable—together, they add up to 426 years spent in prison. Mark will discuss the July 2020 report that analyzes these cases and discuss challenges and lessons learned.

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