I write about crime, punishment, and various other subjects. I live in Austin and leave as often as I can.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Working to Prove Innocence of Inmates
LUBBOCK, Tex. — In the back of the Cotton Exchange building in Lubbock’s dusty downtown, the Innocence Project of Texas keeps more than 10,000 files from state prisoners in dozens of blue, purple, and white plastic boxes.