Friday, September 14, 2007

Coming Soon: Dallas County's DNA Exoneration #14

So says Texas Monthly's Mike Hall.


Anonymous said...

Thank goodness the new DA is willing to go the extra mile to assure that criminals are the ones convicted. I don't think a cost-benefit analysis is even necessary in a case like this one.

Gritsforbreakfast said...

I would go so far as to say a cost-benefit analysis is repugnant in a case like this one. The new Dallas DA really is setting the bar higher for prosecutor ethics. His predecessor strongly opposed DNA testing in this case.