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Prosecutor in Duke Lacrosse case provided young lawyer an object lesson in how the innocent can be wrongly accused

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I played lacrosse at Duke University, from which I graduated in 1999. When three lacrosse players were accused of raping an exotic dancer in 2006, it hit very close to home.

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  • Auden L. Grumet, Esq.

    Great article and great organization! I've been involved with the Innocence Project for years and it is perhaps the most important cause I support.

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