AUSTIN — A man who spent 18 years on death row in Texas before being exonerated by DNA evidence joined former Gov. Mark White on Wednesday in presenting a report that calls for lawmakers to pursue reforms in the nation’s most active death penalty state.
The new report from the American Bar Association urges the state to strengthen standards for eyewitness identification and require video recordings of suspect interrogations. The 500-page report also recommends reducing barriers to post-conviction DNA testing.
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