Allison Wetzel

As Interviewed by Aidan Henderson
"Everyone needs to know it is not okay to abuse someone that is young, and if they know about it, they need to tell someone."
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Adrian Golarte

As interviewed by Kristopher Cerda
"I'll discipline him, and he'll discipline me whenever he thinks I'm wrong and he thinks he's right, even though I know he's wrong."
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Karen O'Neil

As Interviewed By Elinor L.
"A girl looked at me and said, very disparagingly, 'You're Jewish, aren't you?'"
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Bobby Earl Smith

As Interviewed by Madison E.
"I think the flaws come about when someone in the system takes a shortcut."
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William W. Barnes

As Interviewed by Jeremy Brinker
"I’ve learned three things in my life: that a jury is unpredictable, that hindsight is the best sight, and the Miranda rights were a good thing."
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Ruben Vargas

As Interviewed by Manny Escobar
"I changed the path I was on."
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Brian Turner

As Interviewed by Currie L.
"Racism much as anything, just ignorance of what the other race is."
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Eden Harrington

As Interviewed by Alberto Edwards
"When we looked at their cases, one of the things that we figured out was that if you had the money to hire a good lawyer, that was the best way to avoid getting the death penalty. People who had appointed lawyers—who didn’t have enough money to hire experts or conduct an investigation—those were the people who ended up on Death Row."
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Beverly Fisher

As Interviewed by Darian Fisher
"To show how the journey that she had taken with her father being in prison from the time she was a baby until the present, how it made her feel and the struggles she had gone through as a young girl."
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Steven Todd

As Interviewed by Izzy Heffington
"You don't get to choose how bad a crime is. If somebody steals something, you don't get to choose what they take or how many windows they break. The victim gets next to no rights. The criminal gets all of the rights."
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Benito M.

As Interviewed by Lorenzo Pesina
"I grew up in Texas as a free man. But growing up, I had huge problems within my life. I was treated wrongly in my life by cops, whites and blacks, and just about everything. In my belief, our society will always be white-dominant. It was always about the color of our skin and about what we, as people, had in our blood."
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Rosa Colloza

As Interviewed by Daniel M. Ortiz
"I want the war to end, I want to go home to Mexico, and be able to walk to my friend's house. But I cant, it's like we can't do anything. I sense ignorance, it's made us all scared."
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James "Jim" Marcus

As Interviewed by Finlay Scanlon
"The hardest part of the job is the responsibility of the consequences, of me carrying someone’s life in my hands. Most cases don’t end well. If you end up on death row in Texas, they have a very high chance of being executed. I’ve had clients executed. And that’s incredibly difficult. I always wonder, 'What if I had made this decision instead of that decision. What if I had tried a different argument?' We’re constantly called upon to make strategic decisions, and when they don’t work it’s pretty hard not to second guess yourself. I wonder if I could’ve gotten a stay of execution if I had gone through door number two instead of door number one."
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Damaris Nicholson

As Interviewed by Angelo S.
"I do believe it’s possible to fix the law system to be fair to all races, I believe that racism was created, many many years ago, and so If something has been created by us, then we are able to remove this from our society."
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Robert Link

As interviewed by Quinn Kennedy
"What the Innocence Project is finding is that a lot of cases are 20-30 years old and it turns out that evidence was connected but never really tested!"
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Jim Harrington

As Interviewed by Jordan Langmore
"Our economic structure is the basis of bias."
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Terees Jenkins

As Interviewed by Jacob Wallace
"The guards never took him to his follow up appointment, and he couldn’t say anything because his jaw was wired shut."
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