Witnesses to the Prosecution: Current and Former ADAs Who Helped Convict Exonerated Men Reflect

, Texas Lawyer

Current and former prosecutors who were responsible for sending 17 men to prison for years — a total of 282 years to be exact — have rarely been heard from. So Texas Lawyer filed an open-records request with the Dallas County DA's office to receive the names of all 29 prosecutors who tried and helped convict the 17 men. Notes former ADA Joan Marshall: "I talk with other former prosecutors, and it's as if we're heathens for all of these cases. And we weren't." Here's what prosecutors in the cases had to say.

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