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Book Chronicles 'Tested' Wrongly Convicted Felons

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Book Chronicles 'Tested' Wrongly Convicted Felons

Book Chronicles 'Tested' Wrongly Convicted Felons

Book Chronicles 'Tested' Wrongly Convicted Felons

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America's system of criminal justice is based on the presumption of innocence. But what happens when innocent people are wrongly convicted? A new book, titled "Tested: How Twelve Wrongly Imprisoned Men Held Onto Hope" answers these questions.

Host Allison Keyes speaks with co-author Dorothy Budd and two former prisoners profiled in the book, Billy Smith and Christopher Scott.