166) As his Center on Wrongful Convictions (167) explains, [i]t wasn't that Americans didn't care that innocent men and women were rotting in prison or on death row, but rather that most people simply couldn't accept the fact that such miscarriages of justice could happen on a large scale.
What does CWC stand for?
CWC stands for Center on Wrongful Convictions
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- Center for Western Civilization (University of Colorado)
- Centerra Wine Company (New York)
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- Central Water Commission (India)
- Central Wisconsin Christian School
- Central Works Council (EU: body representing employees of a company with several establishments)
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- Centre for Wireless Communications (University of Waterloo)
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- Ceylon Workers Congress (Sri Lanka)
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Perhaps the most prevalent has been the electronic recording of custodial interrogations, a top priority of Northwestern University's Center on Wrongful Convictions, (5) and an issue ably championed by Thomas Sullivan, co-chair of the Illinois Commission on Capital Punishment.