David E. Meier* (Todd & Weld), members of BBA Task Force to Prevent Wrongful Convictions Martin F. Murphy* (Foley Hoag), Gregory J. Massing (Executive Office of Public Safety and Security), and David M. Siegel (New England Law | Boston) testified on post conviction access to DNA evidence before the Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. *Task Force Co-Chairs
BBA Task Force to Prevent Wrongful Convictions Co-Chair Martin Murphy (Foley Hoag) testifies in front of the Judiciary Committee.
Only two states, Massachusetts and Oklahoma, do not allow Post Conviction Access to DNA Evidence.
The Judiciary Committee tunes in to listen to the findings of the BBA Task Force to Prevent Wrongful Convictions.