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Joseph Neff is an investigative reporter who worked at The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C., and The Associated Press. He was a Pulitzer finalist and has won awards including the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the MOLLY National Journalism Prize, the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi and others. He was a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University.
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News May 5
A lawyer’s scheme to stage a phony exoneration and cash in.
News May 1
The goals of the effort are trickling down, even if the money isn’t.
News April 20
The North Carolina State Bar probes Patrick Megaro.
Feature April 7
Two brothers did 31 years for someone else’s crime. Then things went bad.
News January 29
After a Marshall Project story, a man serving nine years in jail is moved to a prison.
News January 23
A glitch in North Carolina law is trapping people for years in unequipped jails.
News January 16
Some states are welcoming back ex-offenders to work behind bars.
News November 29, 2017
North Carolina’s plan to stymie judges who waive fines and fees.
News October 24, 2017
A judge protects an exonerated man from his lawyer.