Just a few months ago, faith in the Massachusetts criminal justice system was at an all-time low. The alleged misconduct of an unprincipled chemist, coupled with managerial ineptitude, at a state lab in Jamaica Plain had led to the possible tainting of an estimated 60,000 drug samples. Yet there is strong evidence already that the criminal justice system is working effectively to redeem its reputation and rectify injustices.
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