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‘Sins of Detroit’ true crime podcast focuses on wrongful convictions
The first season, "Motor City Injustice," looks at exoneration cases that started with investigations by the Detroit Police DepartmentSins-of-detroit
Introducing ‘Motor City injustice,’ season one of ‘Sins of Detroit’
On Nov. 12, The Detroit News and crime beat reporter George Hunter will launch the first season of "Sins of Detroit" called "Motor City Injustice."Sins-of-detroit
More resources: Detroit man released from prison after 34 years
Darrell Siggers, 54, will get a new trial in DecemberDetroit
More resource: Exonerated man describes ‘degrading’ prison life
Darrell Siggers, recently exonerated in a murder case, talks about his 34 years in prison. His attorney has filed a $150 million suit.
More resources: Davontae Sanford’s road to freedom: An interactive guide
Two confessions, one crime. Prosecutors said a 14-year-old murdered four on Runyon St. The hit man insisted he did it.Detroit
More resources: Detroit area’s wrongfully convicted find satisfaction helping others
After being released from prison, exonerees aid others who also were convicted for crimes they didn't commit.Michigan
More resource: Opinion: Michigan needs state-based forensic science commission
"The misapplication of forensic science is one of the leading contributing factors to wrongful convictions in the state of Michigan ..."