Thursday, January 22, 2004

Still searching for evidence of Joseph Giarratano

According to this report ("Judge isn't sure Giarratano evidence exists," 1/22/2004) in the Richmond paper, a Norfolk judge has ruled in the case of former death-row inmate Joseph Giarratano that he doesn't think that law enforcement officials should be required to conduct any more searches of their files for possible DNA evidence that might help Giarratano prove that he is innocent. Giarratano was on death row until he got a conditional pardon from Governor Wilder.

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