Did Eddie Crawford's Execution Gut Georgia's DNA Law?

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | July 22, 2004
The denial of DNA testing for convicted child killer Eddie Crawford was a real shame, right up until his execution. Sure, Crawford's claim of innocence was a long shot. But the true casualty is Georgia's year-old DNA law, which was supposed to make post-conviction DNA tests a cinch to get.

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