Topic: Murder

UT Law's Actual Innocence Clinic Helps Prove Innocence of Dallas Man Wrongly Convicted

Oct. 26, 2009

The Actual Innocence Clinic at The University of Texas School of Law has proved, in collaboration with The University of Texas-Arlington and the Dallas County District Attorney's Office, the innocence of a Dallas man who spent more than 12 years in Texas prisons for a murder he did not commit.

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Scholar who studies communities in crisis creates explosive film about Mexico kidnappings

June 1, 2009

¡Ya Basta!: This isn't fiction and these aren't actors. The torture is real. The film is "¡Ya Basta!" ("Enough!"), and it's a disturbing, intimate documentary of an epidemic of kidnappings and related crimes that started in Mexico in the '90s. The film was directed by University of Texas at Austin educational psychology Professor Ricardo Ainslie, and it's not the first record he's made of a community in crisis. It's just the first time the community has been his hometown.

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