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A Kansas man who spent nearly 16 years in prison for a killing his brother later admitted to testified for a measure that would require law enforcement to record some interrogations

Source: 
Daily Journal
Author: 
Associated Press
Date: 
Friday, February 12, 2016

 "A Kansas man who spent nearly 16 years in prison for a killing his brother later admitted to testified for a measure that would require law enforcement to record some interrogations.

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Alice Craig, Bledsoe's attorney with the University of Kansas' Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence, supports the interrogation recordings.

'We cannot say 16 years later how that would have impacted the investigation, but it could not have hurt,' Craig said."

Faculty name: 
Alice Craig