Smoke but No Fire: Convicting the Innocent of Crimes that Never Happened is available now from Amazon or your local bookseller.

The ABA Journal: Modern Law Library Podcast Interview

In this episode of the Modern Law Library, Henry speaks with the ABA Journal’s Lee Rawles about some of the strange and heart-rending stories she uncovered and how the legal community can work towards eliminating such injustices.

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    1. Thank you for listening to the podcast and for your kind words. People who are exonerated often leave prison with literally the shirt on their backs. Even if they receive compensation at some point, it can take years. In the meantime, they have nothing. If I can help even a little by donating the proceeds of my book, it is truly my pleasure.

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