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1. In Actual Innocence it talks about Mr. Shepard who was trying to get a job after being released from prison. When he called to get help with obtaining a job the women on the phone said that she is of no help since he is not an ex convict and was found innocent. This is not right though these people were convicted at one point and had to go through all the things that the other convicts had to go through, but yet they do not get the same help after. How do you think the program should change to accommodate everyone who was convicted whether or not they were innocent or guilty. 2. In Convicting the Innocent it talks about the long road to exonerations. On average a person is in prison for thirteen years when they are actually innocent, before they are proven innocent. This long road can be because a multitude of reasons like conducting and getting the test approved and the appeals. How could they change this so that way they can lower the years that people are
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  • Fall '18
  • person, 2003 albums, Penal transportation, Convict

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