• Jan 15, 2021

Amicus Brief Urges Reversal, Exclusion of Unreliable GPS Data and Suggestive In-Court Identification

This week we joined the New England Innocence Project in filing an amicus brief before the Mass. Supreme Judicial Court on questions of admissibility of unreliable evidence – untested GPS speed and location data, as well as a highly suggesstive in-court identification from blurry video that invited racial profiling – which creates substantial risk of wrongful convictions, including in the instant case. Much gratitude to the pro bono attorneys from Ropes & Gray for their partnership on the brief.

Read the brief:

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