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01/29/2015 Record number of exonerations in the U.S., report says | Northwestern University School of Law in The Washington Post
01/28/2015 Lawsuit aims to force Illinois to re-assess parole for those behind bars the longest, including 5 Rockford killers | Joshua Tepfer; Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth in Rockford Register Star
01/28/2015 Suit: State prison agencies 'flouted' part of parole law | David Shapiro; Roderick and Solange MacArthur Justice Center in The Chicago Sun-Times
01/28/2015 Reformer on Reformer: Leigh Buchanan Bienen Documents the Legacy of Crusader Florence Kelley | Leigh B. Bienen in NewCity Lit
01/28/2015 What does the International Criminal Court action mean for Israel? | Eugene Kontorovich in The American Israelite
01/27/2015 Exonerations of wrongly convicted in U.S. increased in 2014, registry claims | Northwestern University School of Law in Associated Press