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Jeff’s Jurors Reconsider

Jeffrey Wogenstahl claims his conviction represents a fundamental miscarriage of justice: he states that if the evidence now available to him had been heard at his trial “no reasonable juror would have found [him] guilty”.[i] Such an assertion may sound … Continue reading

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Forensics: a Deeply Troublesome Case

Alongside potentially exculpatory and impeaching evidence that had been retrieved earlier this year, three professional reports about Jeffrey Wogenstahl’s case were filed with the Ohio Supreme Court last month. In one, Gary Rini M.F.S. examines witness testimony and documents from … Continue reading

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DNA Tests: Errors Occur

DNA testing is never more than part of the evidence for a case. Continue reading

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