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Wrongful convictions throughout the United States are one of the most pressing issues facing the criminal justice system. They have a devastating effect not only on individuals whose lives are shattered, but on their families, who face a kind of incarceration as they navigate life without their loved ones.
St. John’s University’s annual Alumni Convocation ceremony, held on the Queens , NY, campus on October 21, recognized nine graduates for their personal and professional accomplishments. Among the honorees was...