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DePaul University Law Prof. Andrea Lyon '76 Publishes Blog on Police Hiding Evidence

Thursday, May 2, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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DePaul University Law Professor Andrea Lyon '76 published a blog in The Huffington Post on police and prosecutors hiding exculpatory evidence.

Lyon writes, "By now many people know of the shameful legacy of police torture here in Chicago. Thus far only one of the perpetrators, Jon Burge, has been held to account. Recently, a Court of Inquiry in Texas found probable cause to arrest former prosecutor for deliberately hiding exculpatory evidence from Michael Morton who spent decades in prison for a crime he did not commit, but this is unusual. Most of the time nothing happens to police or prosecutors who hide exculpatory evidence."


 Read the full blog in The Huffington Post, "The Boiler Room"

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