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An EPIPHANY Conversation: Executed Before Exonerated

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Streamed live on Apr 7, 2014

Join our EPIPHANY Conversation here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communiti...

Author Joyce King became the first non-jurist to serve on the executive board of directors for the Innocence Project of Texas, a non-profit devoted to overturning wrongful convictions in the state that leads the nation in DNA exonerations. Her life changed dramatically when the Innocence Project of Texas helped a man named James Lee Woodard win his freedom after his wrongful conviction for the murder of the woman he loved. Soon Woodard and King "became inseparable." Thus begins the author's love story and commentary on the justice system in her book, EXONERATED: A Brief and Dangerous Freedom.

Join us Monday night as we discuss Texas justice, the Innocence Project, and the U.S. justice system as it compares with others across the globe in the era of the exonerated.

Also appearing:

Kenneth L. Foote, former Florida criminal prosecutor and now criminal defense attorney, Tampa Bay area 
Judith Bourne, Criminal Defense Attorney U.S. Virgin Islands 

An EPIPHANY Conversation will continue this dialogue on our Google+ Community Page. Please join us here:  https://plus.google.com/u/0/communiti....

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