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How common is it for an individual to be wrongfully convicted in our criminal justice system? Does the criminal justice system have adequate protections in place minimizing the risk that innocent people could get put behind bars or even executed? What additional protections would you recommend?

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This solution discusses how common it is for an individual to be wrongfully convicted in our criminal justice system and if the criminal justice system has adequate protections in place minimizing the risk that innocent people could get put behind bars or even executed. It also recommends additional protections.

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