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It’s Time to Make the Clemency System Less Opaque

Prisoners who apply for clemency don't know why some pleas are rejected and some sail through. Shining on a light on the system could help make the justice system fairer to everyone. The post It’s Time to Make the Clemency System Less Opaque appeared first on WIRED.
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