Innocence Project

Criminal Justice
12:10 pm
Tue March 31, 2015

Proving Actual Innocence & Overcoming Trauma To Help Others

(L-R) Larry Golden, founder of the IIP, exoneree Angel Gonzalez, IIP att. Lauren Kaeseberg & IIP volunteer Kiran Desai

Today, we have the story of a man who spent 20 years in prison for a rape that DNA evidence later would prove he didn’t commit.

We also hear from a woman in a different case – she was raped and accidentally helped put the wrong man behind bars.

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Innocence Project
11:49 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Woman Once Convicted Of Causing Shaken Baby Syndrome Visits UIS

Audrey Edmunds' case is one of the first of its kind taken on by the Innocence Project. Shaken Baby Syndrome affects infants who have been abused, though they often show no external injuries. Medical experts are becoming increasingly wary of the diagnosis - and some say thousands of cases have been misdiagnosed.

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