Cover Teaser: OKC law students work to exonerate the wrongly convicted 

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An estimated 2.3 to 5 percent of the nation’s prisoners are innocent of the criminal convictions linked to them. Wrongful convictions challenge the idea of a legal system built upon truth, justice and fairness. In 2011, Oklahoma City University School of Law launched Oklahoma Innocence Project, a campaign to remedy these ills and provide hope to those who are wrongly convicted. By Laura Eastes. P.4 

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