Four Decades and 60 Exonerations Later…

, The National Law Journal


The National Law Journal speaks with Rob Warden about his career, the early days of the innocence movement and the most important policy developments that have resulted from exonerations.

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  • Leslie Vass

    My greetings and best wishes to you Rob Warden, as I reflect back to my initial release October 17th 1984 when I was 28 years old, I think of our telephone conversations of "how no one wanted to believe that wrongful imprisonment cases happened". Years later I was able to look onto your webpage (Northwestern & Wrongful Youth Convictions) and see that my name/story was listed as one of those initially exonerated, and I thank you for documenting my plight. Today, I am 56 years of age, continuing my fight against the wrongful conviction records which continue to burden my progress for the future, nonetheless I strive forth. May You Enjoy Your Retirement and again "THANK YOU" for your belief in Justice Equally...

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