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National Registry of Exonerations 2017 report [document]

[law.umich.edu]

The National Registry of Exonerations recently issued its 2017 report. Of the 139 exonerations they added to the registry in 2017, 21% were for sex crimes, not counting the two for registration crimes.

About half of all the exonerations were based on the conclusion that no crime had been committed (as opposed to the finding that the exoneree was not the perpetrator). Eleven of these were child sexual abuse convictions.

Download the Exonerations In 2017 report [PDF]

The original path is:

https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Documents/ExonerationsIn2017.pdf

 

 

 

 

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  1. David

    [No offense intended, but I’m not sure what this has to do with us. Quite the opposite from exoneration, every year, we receive additional ex post facto punishments burdened upon us – rather than having past punishments retracted and exonerated.]

  2. New Person

    From the PDF:
    For example, California, with a population of 39 million, had 9 exonerations in 2017

    One was for a sex crime and was exonerated due to a perjury/false accusation.

    What I want to know is does CA have one of these reports for registrants?

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