A record number of individuals were exonerated during 2013, and fewer of those cases hinged on DNA evidence than in the past, according to a survey released on Tuesday.

The National Registry of Exonerations—a joint research project of the University of Michigan Law School and the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law—was behind the report. The team released its first annual report on exonerations in 2012.

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