PBS NewsHour published a short documentary last year about state laws governing compensation for the wrongfully accused and how many of these states offer nothing to those exonerated.
In 1994, Bill Clinton signed the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act which committed to an overall decrease in crime throughout the country, including more police on the street and stricter firearms laws.
You may have seen the ESPN documentary, “26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story.” It brings to light the details of the wrongful conviction of a man accused of murder.
Last year, The Economist published an article about how false testimonies from snitches have oftentimes lead to a person being wrongfully convicted of a crime they never committed.
Some of the most influential people who lived in Florida over the past hundred years have also been some of the most ruthless criminals, willing to do anything to retain their power. Here's an infographic portraying 3 of the most notorious criminal of the Tampa Mafia.
As a Jacksonville native, it was fascinating to dive a little deeper into the history of Jacksonville’s role in Operation Pastorius, Adolf Hitler’s scheme to wreak havoc in the U.S. during WWII.
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