David Protess

Freed Inmate Sues Northwestern, Others For $40M For Coercing False ConfessionA 64-year-old man who was freed from prison last year, after prosecutors dropped charges in a 1982 double murder case, has filed a $40 million lawsuit against Northwestern University, accusing a former professor and his team of railroading him into a false confession.
Prosecutors To Again Interview Man Convicted Of 1982 Double MurderCook County prosecutors were taking another step Wednesday toward possibly releasing a man from prison - 15 years after he confessed to two murders.
Convicted Rapist's Appeal Will Stay In Cook CountyStanley Wrice has claimed he was tortured into a false confession and his attorneys have subpoenaed former Mayor Richard M. Daley to testify in a post-conviction appeal.
Judge Orders Medill Student Journalists To Turn Over 500 E-MailsNorthwestern University has 10 days to file an appeal, following a judge's ruling ordering Medill students turn over their communication regarding a convicted murderer.
Northwestern Professor Known For Death-Row Reversals Will RetireDavid Protess, the Northwestern University journalism professor who is credited with helping free wrongfully convicted prison inmates, will be resigning from the university.
NU: Journalism Professor 'Undermined' UniversityNorthwestern University says a journalism professor known for helping free prisoners on death row has “undermined” the university’s integrity with lies and false statements.
Report: NU Cancels Journalism Professor's ClassDavid Protess and his students at Northwestern University have helped free innocent men from Illinois prisons. But now, it seems that the professor and the university are at odds.
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