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Innocents on Death Row

By Mark C. Cogan, P.C. |

According to findings published by the United States, the National Academy of Sciences, 1 in every 25, or 4.1% of death row inmates are innocent. This is incredibly disturbing considering since 1977 only 1.6% of death row inmates have been exonerated and set free. Death row cases receive a great deal of attention and… Read More »

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Life Incarceration for Juveniles?

By Mark C. Cogan, P.C. |

How would you feel if you were fifteen years old and had no hope of living your life outside of prison bars? In 2010, Terrance Graham, a juvenile, was sentenced to life in prison without any chance of release or parole after violating his probation. In this case, Graham challenged his sentence under the… Read More »

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