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All humanity is one undivided and indivisible family, and each one of us is responsible for the misdeeds of all the others. I cannot detach myself from the wickedest soul.  ~ Gandhi (1869-1948)

We have added so many links to websites related, in one way or another, to wrongful conviction that our links page became overloaded and unwieldly.  We have divided the links into more specialized areas, which we hope will help you find what you seek.
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Nathanial Hawthorne captured the uniquely American mindset that punishes those who transgress for the rest of their lives.  His heroine, Hester Prynne, was forced to wear  a bright red "A" for  "Adultery."  Some things don't change.  Persons convicted of crimes continue to pay -- lost voting rights, denied licensure, limited residential areas and more -- long after they have served any sentence imposed on them.  See this database to find out  how your state keeps on punishing  convicts.

Innocence Record
The Innocence Record is a collection and collation of available public documents concerning the hundreds of persons who have been wrongfully convicted and later exonerated through DNA evidence. The circumstances of each exoneree's wrongful conviction is profiled on the site, along with information concerning the court proceedings and participants. The available and collected public records, as well as case abstracts summarizing key information from those documents are available for the first time in searchable form over the World Wide Web.

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