Prosecutorial Misconduct

Scott speaks with Chicago Tribune writer Maurice Posely about his study, the first of court records and appellate rulings from around the U.S. According to the study, published in the paper, since 1983, 381 people convicted of murder have had their convictions thrown out because of prosecutorial misconduct.

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