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  • Exoneration of the Day - Man Falsely Charged with Murder
    Exoneration of the Day - Man Falsely Charged with Murder

    A young man was convicted of killing one of his friends using his car as the murder weapon after a night spent bar hoping in Mississippi. The problem began when a state trooper found the friend lying ...

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  • Real Life 'Making a Murderer' Suspect Ordered to be Released from Prison
    Real Life 'Making a Murderer' Suspect Ordered to be Released from Prison

    Real Life 'Making a Murderer' Suspect Ordered to be Released from Prison Brendan Dassey, one of the people involved with the murder case that lead to the Netflix series, “Making a Murderer” has been ...

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  • Exoneration of the Day - Man Wrongly Convicted of Killing ex-Marine
    Exoneration of the Day - Man Wrongly Convicted of Killing ex-Marine

    An ex-Marine was shot and killed while sitting in his car in Baltimore, Maryland. After the shooting, police interviewed witnesses, including one woman, who claimed to have seen someone on a bike ride ...

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  • Exoneration of the Day - Cop and Witness Lie and 5 People Wrongly Convicted of Murder
    Exoneration of the Day - Cop and Witness Lie and 5 People Wrongly Convicted of Murder

    A 36-year-old drug dealer and street gang member in Los Angeles, was shot and killed while standing outside a fast food restaurant. A witness who was so close to the shooting that her clothes were ...

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  • Exoneration of the Day - Person Convicted of Murder Found Innocent 20 Years Later
    Exoneration of the Day - Person Convicted of Murder Found Innocent 20 Years Later

    For those new to this site, nationwide criminal defense law firm Imhoff & Associates likes to post up a weekly "Exoneration of the Day" showcasing innocent people who have been wrongly convicted of a ...

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  • Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded Posted By Imhoff & Associates, PC || 5-May-2016
    Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded Posted By Imhoff & Associates, PC || 5-May-2016

    The police are human beings just like the rest of us. As such, they are prone to make mistakes or even cover up mistakes during interviews of suspects. Recordings of police incidents involving an ...

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