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Albemarle County Sheriff gauges support for innocence panel

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Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 2:31 pm, Tue Jul 22, 2014.

Albemarle County Sheriff J.E. “Chip” Harding is canvassing law enforcement leaders across the state to gauge support for a government-backed commission to help prevent wrongful convictions.

Improving the quality and accuracy of investigations would not only decrease the possibility of convicting the innocent, but also strengthen cases against the guilty and improve public safety, he said.

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