The judicial system is supposed to work like this: Evidence is presented, testimony is heard and a judge or jury determines a just verdict.
The system doesn’t always work as it should. Eyewitness testimony has proved to be flawed, as shown by the frequency with which DNA evidence results in verdicts being overturned. There have been more than 300 wrongful convictions overturned due to DNA testing since 1989, according to The Innocence Project.
Read more: Minnesota Public Radio