Anthony McKinney, whose innocence petition led to David Protess’s ouster from Medill, dies in prison.
Imprisoning the innocent has cost Illinois taxpayers $214 million — and counting.
IRS decides to stop trying to collect taxes from Darby Tillis in wrongful conviction case
Trial by Goudie, Part 2 A suspect arrested for a sensational crime is innocent in the eyes of the law, guilty in the eyes of the state, and copy in the eyes of the media. You might expect this copy to be written with measured care. What we often get instead is the reporter in […]