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From The Big House

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Database of  more than 129,00 wrongly

convicted people from

120 countries

Database of hundreds of books, law review articles, movies and documentaries related to wrongful convictions

Justice Denied’s Article Index of every article published in the magazine since Issue 1 is now Available Online!!


High Fence Foodie

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High Fence Foodie is a new cookbook by Texas prisoner Celeste Johnson that has just been published by Justice Denied!!


High Fence Foodie has more than 200 all new recipes for meals, soups, snacks, desserts, and beverages in a follow-up cookbook to From The Big House To Your House, that was written by Celeste Johnson and five fellow prisoners at the Mountain View Unit, a woman’s prison in Gatesville, Texas.


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Edwin M. Borchard - Convicting The Innocent and State Indemnity For Errors Of Criminal Justice

Justice Denied has published a compilation of the pioneering writings of Yale Law Professor Edwin M. Borchard that exposed the inadequacy of compensation for exonerated persons in the United States, and that revealed the many causes of innocent persons being wrongly convicted.


Edwin M. Borchard -- Convicting The Innocent and State Indemnity For Errors Of Criminal Justice is published by Justice Denied/The Justice Institute.


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From The Big House To Your House is a cookbook written by 6 women prisoners at the Mountain View Unit prison in Gatesville, Texas. Two of the women, Celeste Johnson and Trenda Kemerrer claim innocence of the murders they were convicted of committing. The cookbook is published by Justice Denied.


From The Big House To Your House has two hundred easy to prepare recipes for meals, snacks and desserts. The recipes can be made from basic items a prisoner can purchase from their commissary, or people on the outside can purchase from a convenience or grocery store. Click here for the book's webpage that has order information.


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“2017 Innocence Database Exoneration Report” Online

Menace To The Innocent: Insubstantial Expert Evidence Endangers Innocent People Accused Of A Crime

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By Hans Sherrer, Justice Denied’s editor and publisher


For more than ninety years prosecutors have used expert evidence to falsely implicate an innocent person in a crime. Irregularities involving expert prosecution evidence include substandard work; reliance on unreliable or compromised test procedures; and bias by slanting evidence reports and testimony to favor the prosecution.


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