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That's the One!: An Analysis of Eyewitness Identifications in Missouri and Their Impact on Cross-Racial Identification. Ferguson, Deionna Dec 22, 2020 10357
LIES BEHIND BARS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMATIC RELIANCE ON JAILHOUSE INFORMANT TESTIMONY IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND A TEXAS-SIZED ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE. Allen, Luke G. Sep 1, 2020 11358
THE BITE MARK DENTISTS AND THE COUNTERATTACK ON FORENSIC SCIENCE REFORM. Zalman, Marvin; Windell, James Editorial Mar 22, 2020 37939
OBSTACLES AND BARRIERS AFTER EXONERATION. Goldberg, Lily; Guillen, Nicole; Hernandez, Nicole; Leuett, Lora M. Mar 22, 2020 9152
APPLYING THE STAMP SAFETY MODEL TO PREVENT FALSE CONVICTIONS BASED ON EYEWITNESS MISIDENTIFICATIONS. Sangero, Boaz Mar 22, 2020 13024
THE PROSECUTOR AS A FINAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST FALSE CONVICTIONS: HOW PROSECUTORS ASSIST WITH EXONERATION. Webster, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2020 26207
PERCEPTIONS OF EXONEREES: A REVIEW OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE. Faison, Lakia; Smalarz, Laura Mar 22, 2020 15395
POSTCONVICTION INNOCENCE REVIEW IN THE AGE OF PROGRESSIVE PROSECUTION. Webster, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2020 12781
FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE, WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AND ADVERSARIAL PROCESS. Hamer, David; Edmond, Gary Dec 1, 2019 24784
The Work of Justice Beyond the Conviction. Dupree, Mark A., Sr. Oct 1, 2019 1464
After 32 Years, Free at Last: Investigative journalism students taught by Jenifer McKim, NF '08, play a key role in overturning a conviction. Jun 22, 2019 649
A PRIMER ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EYEWITNESS MEMORY. Dysart, Jennifer E. Sep 22, 2018 2070
EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION AND INNOCENCE. Park, Jee Sep 22, 2018 2995
CONCENTRIC CIRCLES OF HARM. Thompson, Jennifer Sep 22, 2018 7165
Confession exonerates wrongly convicted man. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 30, 2018 881
CAV: Real perpetrator's confession supports actual innocence. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 29, 2018 1165
1978 conviction vacated for actual innocence. Lightle, Rebecca M. Mar 12, 2018 1001
My Wrongful Conviction. Wirskye, Bill Dec 1, 2017 2881
Journalists Grieve Death Of Forensic Science Commission. Collins, John M., Jr. Sep 1, 2017 924
DNA evidence frees the innocentl: but when we're not careful, this powerful technology can help imprison the wrongly accused. Norris, Robert J. Aug 1, 2017 3875
A decade of partnership puts an end to 275 years behind bars. Jun 1, 2016 413
Mission: improbable: getting exonerated from a child sexual abuse conviction. Pollack, Daniel; Shagalow, Layah Feb 1, 2016 2180
Dictator convicted, then freed. Brief article Oct 24, 2014 115
Dillon's saga may become a movie: the Florida innocence project has now assisted in the exoneration of 14 innocent men. Pudlow, Jan Oct 1, 2014 637
Death row odds: innocents executed. Krayewski, Ed Brief article Aug 1, 2014 241
Serving justice. Morris, Catherine Jul 17, 2014 801
Losing our innocence: the Illinois successive postconviction actual innocence petition standard after People v. Edwards. Szalapski, Vanessa J. Jan 1, 2014 13485
Re-punishing the innocent: false confession as an unjust obstacle to compensation for the wrongfully convicted. Scholand, Gregory P. Jun 22, 2013 10808
Police misconduct as a cause of wrongful convictions. Covey, Russell Jun 1, 2013 9091
Police misconduct as a cause of wrongful convictions. Covey, Russell Jun 1, 2013 15283
Sustainability of innocence reform. Zalman, Marvin; Carrano, Julia Mar 22, 2013 21607
Gideon's legacy: exonerating the innocent. Pudlow, Jan Mar 1, 2013 2004
National Registry of Exonerations charts exoneration movement. O'Leary, Mick Sep 1, 2012 1344
Washington-- A new national registry of persons exonerated after being wrongfully convicted shows that since 1989 innocent people have spent a combined total of more than 10,000 years in prison, with an average time behind bars of 11 years per person. Brief article Jul 1, 2012 124
Presentation by John Thompson - prosecutorial immunity: deconstructing Connick v. Thompson. Thompson, John (American exoneree) Mar 22, 2012 8055
The expungement myth. Shlosberg, Amy; Mandery, Evan; West, Valerie Mar 22, 2012 5665
Without legal obligation: compensating the wrongfully convicted in Australia. Dioso-Villa, Rachel Mar 22, 2012 17802
After exoneration: an investigation of stigma and wrongfully convicted persons. Thompson, Adina M.; Molina, Oscar R.; Levett, Lora M. Mar 22, 2012 14181
Public perception of wrongful conviction: support for compensation and apologies. Clow, Kimberley A.; Blandisi, Isabella M.; Ricciardelli, Rose; Schuller, Regina A. Mar 22, 2012 9647
Legal and social exoneration: the consequences of Michael Toney's wrongful conviction. Vartkessian, Elizabeth S.; Tyler, Jared P. Mar 22, 2012 13787
When justice fails: collateral damage. Keine, Ronald Mar 22, 2012 3433
My three decades with Darryl Hunt. Rabil, Mark Mar 22, 2012 20760
The Casey Anthony trial and wrongful exonerations: how "trial by media" cases diminish public confidence in the criminal justice system. Battaglia, Nicholas A. Mar 22, 2012 15983
Prosecuting the exonerated: actual innocence and the double jeopardy clause. Barry, Jordan M. Mar 1, 2012 27990
No country for innocent men: how a rapist's confession forced Rick Perry, champion of Texas justice, to pardon a dead man. Schwartzapfel, Beth Jan 1, 2012 4034
Lyin' eyes: it turns out eyewitness IDs are often unreliable. When the Supreme Court considers the issue next month, it could give judges more authority to challenge them. Liptak, Adam Cover story Oct 24, 2011 1748
Defining innocence. Findley, Keith A. Mar 22, 2011 24281
Managing miscarriages of justice from victimization to reintegration. Forst, Brian Mar 22, 2011 30159
"Than that one innocent suffer": evaluating state safeguards against wrongful convictions. Norris, Robert J.; Bonventre, Catherine L.; Redlich, Allison D.; Acker, James R. Mar 22, 2011 25147
An investigation of top-down vs. bottom-up processing in post-appellate review of a criminal case. Smith, Andrew M.; Cutler, Brian L.; Findley, Keith A. Mar 22, 2011 4838
An integrated justice model of wrongful convictions. Zalman, Marvin Mar 22, 2011 26701
Why and how New York should enact mandatory statewide eyewitness identification procedures. Rikard, Andrew D. Mar 22, 2011 11704
Justice undeterred: a call for Massachusetts legislation on post-conviction DNA access. Lazazzero, Joseph Jan 1, 2011 17664
False confessions. Kassin, Saul M. Jun 22, 2010 3107
One hundred years later: wrongful convictions after a century of research. Gould, Jon B.; Leo, Richard A. Jun 22, 2010 19380
Accused Catholic priests left in legal limbo. Burke, Daniel Jun 11, 2010 1264
How many more are innocent? America's 250th DNA exoneration raises questions about how often we send the wrong person to prison. Balko, Radley Column Apr 8, 2010 1091
A plea to learn from past injustices. Diner, Jesse H. President's page Apr 1, 2010 879
Forensic science needs a lot less finger-pointing and a lot more solutions. Bono, Joseph P. Apr 1, 2010 3573
Innocence after death. Wiseman, Samuel Mar 22, 2010 29558
DNA's dirty little secret: a forensic tool renowned for exonerating the innocent may actually be putting them in prison. Bobelian, Michael Mar 1, 2010 4640
Board supports creation of an 'Actual Innocence Commission'. Pudlow, Jan Feb 15, 2010 596
Death row survivor tells the real story. McCarthy, Colman Jan 8, 2010 736
When the law preserves injustice: issues raised by a wrongful incarceration exception to attorney-client confidentiality. Hasbani, Inbal Jan 1, 2010 13050
Innocent man walking. Dec 1, 2009 236
Man wrongfully convicted dies at age 55 Family loses Donald Marshall again. Meili, Dianne Sep 1, 2009 772
The newest spectator sport: why extending victims' rights to the spectators' gallery erodes the presumption of innocence. Elizabeth, Sierra Nov 1, 2008 14848
Winner: Rich Newberg & the News 4 Team, WIVB-TV: breaking news in television journalism (all other markets): "Lynn Dejac: Conviction Set Aside". Poyser, Jim Brief article Jun 1, 2008 305
Exoneree Emergency Fund established: money will be used to provide transitional services. Jan 1, 2008 812
Proven guilty: an examination of the penalty-free world of post-conviction DNA testing. Carroll, Gwendolyn Jan 1, 2007 15301

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