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Opinion: Denver is late, and lacking, with its new program for reviewing unjust convictions

In 1937 Joe Arridy was executed by the State of Colorado for a crime he did not commit. In 2011, then-Governor Bill Ritter issued a posthumous pardon, sore consolation for a life taken unjustly. According to the National Registry of Exonerations, this country has exonerated 2,941 individuals since 1989. Together, these individuals lost more than […]