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DOJ’s move on scientific evidence reform hurts justice

Compassionate Americans concerned about the plight of wrongfully convicted citizens – folks who want our criminal justice system to operate fairly and accurately – should be outraged by the Department of Justice’s pigheaded rejection of fundamental, far-reaching forensic science evidence reform. The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), is comprised of the [.
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