The rate of erroneous conviction of innocent criminal defendants is
often described as not merely unknown but unknowable.
We use survival analysis to model this
effect, and estimate that if all death-sentenced defendants remained
of death indefinitely at least 4.1% would
be exonerated. We conclude that this is a conservative estimate of the
of false conviction among death sentences
in the United States. ...
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