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    Wrongful Convictions and Incarcerations

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    Thesis Statement
    What are the primary factors that contribute to the wrongful conviction and incarceration of individuals by the criminal justice system?

    Hypothesis
    Briefly identify your working solution to the problem. How might your working solution solve the problem? Be sure to note here that your working solution will evolve through continued research and analysis.
    Literature Review
    Discuss the terms and definitions of the concept. Also discuss the rate and statistics associated with the topic
    Conclusion
    Be sure to include cited references for the sources used.

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    The primary factors that contribute to the wrongful conviction and incarceration of individuals by the criminal justice system?
    Hypothesis

    Factors responsible for American citizens being wrongfully convicted include mistaken identification, which is the primary cause of wrongful convictions. Other factors that have resulted in the highest number of wrongful convictions include ineffective representation by defense counsel, false statements by government informants, and prosecutorial misconduct as well as perjured testimony. Any hypothesis must provide rationale for why (you) believe a phenomenon is occurring, and I would hypothesize that a different identification system could lessen the number of ...

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    This solution of 444 words identifies the primary factors that contribute to the wrongful conviction and incarceration of individuals by the criminal justice system. References used are included.

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