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# The Innocence Project

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After 34 years in prison for rape and murder, man released after new semen tests
However, he could still face another trial and be convicted again.
What happens if you're imprisoned for a crime you didn't commit?
The Innocence Project came to attention this week after securing a posthumous pardon for Harry Gleeson – but most of their cases are live ones.
Working to exonerate innocent people in American prisons
There are 2.2 million people in America’s prisons – and the Innocence Project works to free those who shouldn’t be there.