Correction: November 1, 2009
An article last Sunday about the Medill Innocence Project, in which students at
Northwestern University’s journalism school scrutinize the work of prosecutors and the police, misstated part of the name of a group at the university’s law school that has worked with the students. It is the Center on Wrongful Convictions, not the Center for Wrongful Convictions.
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