Wrongful convictions haunt prosecutors, victims as well as suspects

It is not just the person wrongly convicted who suffers when a miscarriage of justice occurs. As Jeanne Bishop and Mark Osler observe in their newly-published article, “All of criminal law is tragedy. Every bit of it is tragedy. It is difficult to be the person who is ground through the machinery of criminal law, but it is difficult and wearing to be the gears as well. “