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DNA and Fair Trials

Clip: Season 9 | 7m 29s

In 1988, Larry Youngblood was convicted and sent to prison for raping a child. The evidence was overwhelming but justice was not done, raising the question: in the matter of a serious crime, when someone is given a long prison sentence, should it ever be too late to reopen the case?

Aired: 06/08/06

Rating: NR

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