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Call for checks and balances in our justice system.
There are too many prisoners in our penal system who are either innocent or not culperble for the offences they have been convicted of. Once subject to a prison sentence it is next to impossible to exonerate one self with out a great deal of time and expense being expended, Regardless of new evidence or facts which allude or point to an unsafe and unjust conviction. Either the appeal process requires an overhaul or a body, panel or council outside of the immediate justice system with the jurisdiction and authority to make or refer any miscarriage of justice back to the courts. This way it may be dealt with in an expidiate manner thus minimizing the harm to the victim of a justice system that fails to deliver justice for all.
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