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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
Possible Reliance: Protecting Legally Innocent Johnson Claimants. Potts, Keagan Nov 1, 2020 14338
Lies of the Lineup. Grifantini, Krishna Sep 1, 2020 759
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 ENDURING CHALLENGES FOR HABEAS CORPUS. Wood, Diane P. May 1, 2020 12586
THE GREAT WRIT AND FEDERAL COURTS: JUDGE WOOD'S SOLUTION IN SEARCH OF A PROBLEM. Pryor, William H., Jr. May 1, 2020 5174
PERCEPTIONS OF EXONEREES: A REVIEW OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE. Faison, Lakia; Smalarz, Laura Mar 22, 2020 15395
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
POSTCONVICTION INNOCENCE REVIEW IN THE AGE OF PROGRESSIVE PROSECUTION. Webster, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2020 12781
EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION AND THE PROBLEMATICS OF BLACKSTONIAN REFORM OF THE CRIMINAL LAW. Rosenthal, Lawrence Mar 22, 2020 28845
THE PROSECUTOR AS A FINAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST FALSE CONVICTIONS: HOW PROSECUTORS ASSIST WITH EXONERATION. Webster, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2020 26207
Deconstructing the Paradox of the Constitutional Incarceration of Innocent Citizens. Charles, Rebecca Jan 1, 2020 10978
AN EXONEREE'S INTERROGATION NIGHTMARE. Ochoa, Christopher Jan 1, 2020 2616
FALSE CONFESSIONS AND TESTIMONIAL INJUSTICE. Lackey, Jennifer Jan 1, 2020 12059
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
JUSTICE BEGINS BEFORE TRIAL: HOW TO NUDGE INACCURATE PRETRIAL RULINGS USING BEHAVIORAL LAW AND ECONOMIC THEORY AND UNIFORM COMMERCIAL LAWS. Gentithes, Michael May 1, 2019 21450
COA: Wrongfully convicted have no remedy. Chaney, Matt Apr 30, 2019 671
RELIABLE JUSTICE: ADVANCING THE TWOFOLD AIM OF ESTABLISHING GUILT AND PROTECTING THE INNOCENT. Acker, James R. Mar 22, 2019 28044
IS IT RATIONAL OR NOT? WHEN INNOCENTS PLEAD GUILTY IN CHILD SEX ABUSE CASES. Zakirova, Eza Bella Mar 22, 2019 15893
AN ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AT PRE-TRIAL PROCEEDINGS LEADING TO WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS IN "NO CRIME" CASES: THERE WAS NO CRIME, BUT THEY DID THE TIME. Zakirova, Irina Mar 22, 2019 18022
UNDER THE HOOD: BRENDAN DASSEY, LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENTS, AND JUDICIAL IGNORANCE. LaVigne, Michele; Miles, Sally Mar 22, 2019 29726
CONVICTIONS OF INNOCENT PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY. Johnson, Sheri Lynn; Blume, John H.; Hritz, Amelia Courtney Mar 22, 2019 12949
'Do the fair thing'. Vieth, Peter Jan 28, 2019 693
Judge punctuates $5M verdict with $600K fee award. Murphy, Pat Jan 10, 2019 632
COERCED FATE: HOW NEGOTIATION MODELS LEAD TO FALSE CONFESSIONS. Janzen, Kiera Jan 1, 2019 12185
A Moratorium on the Presentation of DNA Evidence. Kunkel, Declan Riley Report Dec 1, 2018 8628
"When Women Charge Rape, We Must Believe". Kirkwood, R. Cort Nov 5, 2018 768
Defense bar lauds Rule 14 review in wake of Farak'. Olson, Kris Oct 18, 2018 1873
BELIEVING WITHOUT SEEING: THE PROBLEM OF EYEWITNESS MISIDENTIFICATION. Omdal, Jens Sep 22, 2018 8521
EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION AND INNOCENCE. Park, Jee Sep 22, 2018 2995
CONCENTRIC CIRCLES OF HARM. Thompson, Jennifer Sep 22, 2018 7165
A PRIMER ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EYEWITNESS MEMORY. Dysart, Jennifer E. Sep 22, 2018 2070
Traditional foes gather to tackle wrongful convictions. Murphy, Pat Aug 23, 2018 488
THE MAYHEM OF WRONGFUL LIBERTY: DOCUMENTING THE CRIMES OF TRUE PERPETRATORS IN CASES OF WRONGFUL INCARCERATION. Baumgartner, Frank R.; Grigg, Amanda; Ramirez, Rachelle; Lucy, J. Sawyer Jun 22, 2018 9941
Confession exonerates wrongly convicted man. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 30, 2018 881
AG's hard line in wrongful conviction case rankles counsel. Murphy, Pat May 24, 2018 1862
JUNK SCIENCE BRANDED HIM A RAPIST AND A BABY KILLER: THE BAD FORENSICS BEHIND SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME PUT JEFFREY HAVARD ON DEATH ROW IN MISSISSIPPI. Balko, Radley; Carrington, Tucker Apr 1, 2018 3310
FINGERPRINTS AND MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE: "OTHER" TYPES OF ERROR AND A POST-CONVICTION RIGHT TO DATABASE SEARCHING. Cole, Simon A.; Scheck, Barry C. Mar 22, 2018 18900
THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE CAUSED BY JUNK SCIENCE: AN ADMISSIBILITY TEST THAT IS SCIENTIFICALLY AND LEGALLY SOUND. Imwinkelried, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 10849
FORENSIC EVIDENCE IN WRONGFUL CONVICTION CASES: FROM BEING A RIGHT-HAND MAN TO BECOMING A SNAKE IN THE GRASS. Zakirova, Irina Mar 22, 2018 8036
IT'S NOT A MATCH: WHY THE LAW CAN'T LET GO OF JUNK SCIENCE. Kaplan, Aliza B.; Puracal, Janis C. Mar 22, 2018 17350
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN THE COURTROOM: ADMISSIBILITY AND RELIABILITY OF FORENSIC SCIENCE IN THE COURTROOM. Hamirani, Maryam; Dror, Itiel E.; Morgan, Ruth M. Mar 22, 2018 8549
SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME AS A CONTROVERSY IN WRONGFUL CONVICTION CASES. Zakirova, Eza Bella Mar 22, 2018 10623
1978 conviction vacated for actual innocence. Lightle, Rebecca M. Mar 12, 2018 1001
Wrongfully convicted may be getting legal fix. Chaney, Matthew Feb 20, 2018 539
Wrongful Imprisonment Compensation Act hearings begin. Franz, Thomas Jan 29, 2018 793
A sidebar with Amanda Tringl. Franz, Thomas Interview Jan 26, 2018 736
Supreme Court announces plans for records access. Vieth, Peter Jan 25, 2018 1269
A CRISIS OF CONSCIENCE: MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE AND INDIGENOUS DEFENDANTS IN CANADA. Vijaykumar, Malini Jan 1, 2018 22624
My Wrongful Conviction. Wirskye, Bill Dec 1, 2017 2881
Innocence Project budget concerns halt intake of new cases. Oct 19, 2017 1522
WHEN AN APPEAL GOES WRONG: A "CRIMINAL JUSTICE NIGHTMARE". Dow, David R.; Newberry, Jeffrey R. Sep 22, 2017 14227
An empirical reexamination of state statutory compensation for the wrongly convicted. Gutman, Jeffrey S. Mar 22, 2017 36777
Court blocks inmate's execution. Brief article Mar 10, 2017 183
Wrongful incarceration. Robertson, Christopher; Robertson, Jamie Cox Nov 1, 2016 4080
The long goodbye: after the Innocence Movement, does the attorney-client relationship ever end? Bazelon, Lara A. Sep 22, 2016 22595
On pardons and miscarriages of justice: extracting and dissecting institutional bias from the conviction review framework in Canada. Zaia, Reem Aug 1, 2016 11066
War on doctors: tricks used in prosecutions. Schlafly, Andrew L. Jun 22, 2016 4859
Where science conflicts with common sense: Eyewitness identification reform in massachusetts. Gants, Ralph D.; Doughty, Erik N. Jun 22, 2016 5483
A decade of partnership puts an end to 275 years behind bars. Jun 1, 2016 413
DNA saves the day. Brief article Jun 1, 2016 120
Protecting victims from wrongful prosecution and further victimization. Jun 1, 2016 1086
If hindsight is 20/20, our justice system should not be blind to new evidence of innocence: a survey of post-conviction new evidence statutes and a proposed model. Brooks, Justin; Simpson, Alexander; Kaneb, Paige Mar 22, 2016 24246
Implementing the lessons from wrongful convictions: an empirical analysis of eyewitness identification reform strategies. Findley, Keith A. Author abstract Mar 22, 2016 9413
Implementing the lessons from wrongful convictions: an empirical analysis of eyewitness identification reform strategies. Findley, Keith A. Mar 22, 2016 22528
Mental competency law and plea bargaining: a neurophenomenological critique. Schehr, Robert; French, Chelsea Mar 22, 2016 35676
The prosecutor's duty of silence. Gershman, Bennett Mar 22, 2016 16154
Rethinking the death penalty. Schnurbush, Kim Jan 1, 2016 806
An ideological odyssey: evolution of a reformer. Warden, Rob Dec 22, 2015 8140
An ideological odyssey: evolution of a reformer. Warden, Rob Dec 22, 2015 18264
Who could it be now? Challenging the reliability of first time in-court identifications after State v. Henderson and State v. Lawson. Kaplan, Aliza B.; Puracal, Janis C. Dec 22, 2015 19377
Prosecutors and victims: why wrongful convictions matter. Bishop, Jeanne; Osler, Mark Dec 22, 2015 7054
The innocence gap: how many women are behind bars for crimes they didn't commit? Redden, Molly Jul 1, 2015 2672
Gendering and racing wrongful conviction: intersectionality, "normal crimes," and women's experiences of miscarriage of justice. Webster, Elizabeth; Miller, Jody Mar 22, 2015 6061
Gendering and racing wrongful conviction: intersectionality, "normal crimes," and women's experiences of miscarriage of justice. Webster, Elizabeth; Miller, Jody Mar 22, 2015 22682
Death, but is it murder? The role of stereotypes and cultural perceptions in the wrongful convictions of women. Lewis, Andrea L.; Sommervold, Sara L. Mar 22, 2015 10041
The potential impact of rape culture on juror decision making: implications for wrongful acquittals in sexual assault trials. Hildebrand, Meagen M.; Najdowski, Cynthia J. Mar 22, 2015 11259
Me and Mr. Jones: a systems-based analysis of a catastrophic defense outcome. Metzger, Pamela R. Mar 22, 2015 6769
I'll believe it when you see it. Foster, Matthew S. Dec 22, 2014 5448
I'll believe it when you see it. Foster, Matthew S. Dec 22, 2014 15187
Has all Heck broken loose? Examining Heck's favorable-termination requirement in the Second Circuit after Poventud v. City of New York. Collins, John P. Dec 1, 2014 6631
Has all Heck broken loose? Examining Heck's favorable-termination requirement in the Second Circuit after Poventud v City of New York. Collins, John P. Dec 1, 2014 14559
'Innocence fraud' demands prosecutor vigilance. Collins, John M., Jr. Oct 1, 2014 2848
Parting shots. Smith, Robert S. Sep 22, 2014 4406
Death row odds: innocents executed. Krayewski, Ed Brief article Aug 1, 2014 241
Serving justice. Morris, Catherine Jul 17, 2014 801
Wrongful convictions: determining culpability when the sand keeps shifting. Macfarlane, Bruce A. Jul 1, 2014 10283
Wrongful convictions: determining culpability when the sand keeps shifting. Macfarlane, Bruce A. Jul 1, 2014 18238
The banality of wrongful executions. Garrett, Brandon L. Apr 1, 2014 6845
Expungement and post-exoneration offending. Shlosberg, Amy; Mandery, Evan J.; West, Valerie; Callaghan, Bennett Mar 22, 2014 15490
Innocence compensation: the private, public and prerogative remedies. Mclellan, Myles Frederick Mar 22, 2014 17309
Spellbound. Miller, Sandra A. Mar 1, 2014 2392
Losing our innocence: the Illinois successive postconviction actual innocence petition standard after People v. Edwards. Szalapski, Vanessa J. Jan 1, 2014 13485
Justice delayed is justice denied: wrongful convictions, eyewitness-expert testimony, and recent developments. Balko, Douglas Sep 22, 2013 12504
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
6 The price of injustice. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 135
The flipside injustice of wrongful convictions: when the guilty go free. Acker, James R. Mar 22, 2013 10231
The flipside injustice of wrongful convictions: when the guilty go free. Acker, James R. Mar 22, 2013 28668
The limits of deception: an end to the use of lies and trickery in custodial interrogations to elicit the "truth"? Heyl, Dorothy Mar 22, 2013 9758
Sustainability of innocence reform. Zalman, Marvin; Carrano, Julia Mar 22, 2013 21607
Comparing injustices: truth, justice, and the system. Grunewald, Ralph Mar 22, 2013 8033
Comparing injustices: truth, justice, and the system. Grunewald, Ralph Mar 22, 2013 20220
Gideon's legacy: exonerating the innocent. Pudlow, Jan Mar 1, 2013 2004
A recipe for mistaken convictions: why federal rule of evidence 403 should be used to exclude unreliable eyewitness-identification evidence. Shell, Eva G. Feb 1, 2013 13594
Disparities in postconviction remedies for those who plead guilty and those convicted at trial: a survey of state statutes and recommendations for reform. Stephens, Rebecca Jan 1, 2013 15229
Coerced internalized false confessions and police interrogations: the power of coercion. Chapman, Frances E. Jan 1, 2013 13284
The innocence effect. Gazal-Ayal, Oren; Tor, Avishalom Nov 1, 2012 10593
The innocence effect. Gazal-Ayal, Oren; Tor, Avishalom Nov 1, 2012 17507
Can the common law adjudicate historical suffering? Van Rijswijk, Honni; Anthony, Thalia Aug 1, 2012 15519
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
Former death row inmate seeks justice and an apology. Schlumpf, Heidi Column Jun 22, 2012 991
With impunity: the lack of accountability of a criminal prosecutor. Discussion Mar 22, 2012 17043
There's a better way: why the United States Supreme Court's Connick v. Thompson decision is not absolutely outrageous. Grey, Shenequa L. Mar 22, 2012 19071
Educating prosecutors and Supreme Court justices about Brady v. Maryland. Gershman, Bennett L. Mar 22, 2012 13433
The expungement myth. Shlosberg, Amy; Mandery, Evan; West, Valerie Mar 22, 2012 5665
Judicial gatekeeping of police-generated witness testimony. Thompson, Sandra Guerra Mar 22, 2012 7892
Uneven reparations for wrongful convictions: examining the state politics of statutory compensation legislation. Owens, Michael Leo; Griffiths, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2012 17960
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
"Now I see it for what it really is": the impact of participation in an innocence project practicum on criminology students. Ricciardelli, Rose; Bell, James G.; Clow, Kimberley A. Mar 22, 2012 11236
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
Wrongful conviction: how a family survives. Vollertsen, Nancy Mar 22, 2012 9224
The unpredictable journey. Thompson, Jennifer Mar 22, 2012 2218
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
The silent treatment: imagine serving decades in prison for a crime your siblings framed you for. Now imagine doing it while profoundly deaf. Ridgeway, James Mar 1, 2012 2728
Proud to support America's prosecutors. Burns, Scott Jan 1, 2012 708
The special responsibilities of the prosecutor: protecting, the accused's right to counsel, interaction with the unrepresented defendant, and subpoenaing, the defense counsel. Sinha, Hans P.; Dennis, Devon Jan 1, 2012 10939
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
Padilla and beyond: the future of the defense function: Cardozo Law School - June 21, 2011. Lippman, Jonathan Nov 1, 2011 3477
Nothing to cheer about. Funt, Peter Nov 1, 2011 654
Justice for all: innocence projects in more than 40 states work hard to overturn wrongful convictions and expose systematic errors and official misconduct. Ruffins, Paul Jun 23, 2011 1206
Anatomy of a wrongful conviction case. Marcus, Lisa Jun 22, 2011 1739
Wrongful convictions: how many innocent Americans are behind bars? Balko, Radley Jun 7, 2011 6184
Bad boys: a rogue's gallery of misbehaving prosecutors, plus three worth praising. Balko, Radley Jun 7, 2011 2649
Excluding coerced witness testimony to protect a criminal defendant's right to due process of law and adequately deter police misconduct. Sheridan, Katherine May 1, 2011 22437
Prosecutorial ethics: new insights after 75 years of jurisprudence. Cannizzaro, John Apr 1, 2011 2484
Failing upward in criminal justice: the prosecutor who wrongly put a paraplegic in prison wants to be a judge. Mar 26, 2011 1251
Estimating empirical Blackstone ratios in two settings: murder cases and hiring. Bushway, Shawn D. Mar 22, 2011 7381
Blackstone and the balance of eyewitness identification evidence. Clark, Steven E. Mar 22, 2011 21606
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
A patchwork of policies: justice, due process, and public defense across American states. Brown, Elizabeth K.; Worden, Alissa Pollitz; Davies, Andrew Lucas Blaize Mar 22, 2011 14567
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
Witnessing the witness: the case for exclusion of eyewitness expert testimony. Reedy, Matthew J. Mar 1, 2011 14688
DIY exoneration. Balko, Radley Brief article Feb 24, 2011 157
Justice undeterred: a call for Massachusetts legislation on post-conviction DNA access. Lazazzero, Joseph Jan 1, 2011 17664
The case for bifurcated trials: narrowing the odds of executing the innocent. Balko, Radley Column Nov 24, 2010 1193
NDAA responds to New York Times shaken baby syndrome editorial. Burns, Scott Jul 1, 2010 911
Legal aid: who needs it? Hatch, Deborah R. Jul 1, 2010 1063
French connection: what the Dreyfus affair does--and doesn't--tell us about Guantanamo. O'Donnell, Michael Jul 1, 2010 2109
Wrongful convictions then and now: lessons to be learned. Acker, James R. Jun 22, 2010 1740
A conviction integrity initiative. Vance, Cyrus R., Jr. Jun 22, 2010 1747
Extraordinary wrongful convictions, ordinary errors - why measurement matters. Bach, Amy Jun 22, 2010 2735
False confessions. Kassin, Saul M. Jun 22, 2010 3107
Adversaries as allies: joining together to prevent criminal injustice. Saloom, Stephen Jun 22, 2010 3937
View from the trenches: the struggle to free William Richards. Stiglitz, Jan Jun 22, 2010 8648
One hundred years later: wrongful convictions after a century of research. Gould, Jon B.; Leo, Richard A. Jun 22, 2010 19380
Protecting the innocent: part of the solution for inadequate funding for defenders, not a panacea for targeting justice. Mosteller, Robert P. Jun 22, 2010 29318
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
The substance of false confessions. Garrett, Brandon L. Apr 1, 2010 33091
Innocence after death. Wiseman, Samuel Mar 22, 2010 29558
Reforming the law on show-up identifications. Cicchini, Michael D.; Easton, Joseph G. Mar 22, 2010 14496
A reason to doubt: the suppression of evidence and the inference of innocence. Jones, Cynthia E. Mar 22, 2010 30566
Board supports creation of an 'Actual Innocence Commission'. Pudlow, Jan Feb 15, 2010 596
No class: J-school students harassed. Balko, Radley Brief article Jan 26, 2010 308
Death row survivor tells the real story. McCarthy, Colman Jan 8, 2010 736
Learning from error in American criminal justice. Doyle, James M. Jan 1, 2010 17062
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
How to get ahead in law: Bernard Baran served 22 years on dubious child molestation charges, but the prosecutor who convicted him was promoted to judge. Balko, Radley Column Dec 1, 2009 1276
Climbing for a cause: Schlakman scales Mt. Rainier to raise funds for the Innocence Project. Pudlow, Jan Oct 15, 2009 904
In U.S., Two-Thirds Continue to Support Death Penalty; Little change in recent years despite international opposition. Newport, Frank Survey Oct 13, 2009 1052
Man wrongfully convicted dies at age 55 Family loses Donald Marshall again. Meili, Dianne Sep 1, 2009 772
Illinois prosecutors dropped all charges against Ronald Kitchen July 7 and he was released from prison after almost 13 years on death row. Brief article Jul 24, 2009 109
A thousand little gitmos. Bartosiewicz, Petra Jul 1, 2009 1178
A sad mixup. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 254
The newest spectator sport: why extending victims' rights to the spectators' gallery erodes the presumption of innocence. Elizabeth, Sierra Nov 1, 2008 14848
Testing Japan's convictions: the lay judge system and the rights of criminal defendants. Soldwedel, Arne F. Nov 1, 2008 28505
Righting the wrongs of eight years. Editorial Oct 17, 2008 247
Defense attorneys have urged New York's top court to overturn the convictions of former Tyco International executives L. Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz, saying they were wrongly convicted at a flawed trial of fraud and grand larceny for taking more than $100 million in earned bonuses. Sep 12, 2008 84
Absolute immunity: sue your D.A.! Balko, Radley Brief article Aug 1, 2008 307
Tofino carver awaits apology from government. Bruner, Thomas J. Aug 1, 2008 686
Marvin Lopez went to the Orange County, Florida, courthouse to pay a traffic ticket. Oliver, Charles Brief article Mar 1, 2008 88
Prisoner of pain. Balko, Radley Feb 1, 2008 662
Exoneree Emergency Fund established: money will be used to provide transitional services. Jan 1, 2008 812
The lessons of wrongful convictions. Gould, Jon B. Report Jan 1, 2008 4250
Study shows juries often get it wrong. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 325
Duke's new wrongful convictions clinic takes shape. Walker, Marlon A. Nov 29, 2007 525
The media gag. Hughes, Lesley Nov 1, 2007 652
The fight for post-conviction DNA testing is not yet over: an analysis of the eight remaining "holdout states" and suggestions for strategies to bring vital relief to the wrongfully convicted. Steinback, Rachel Sep 22, 2007 14858
'J'accuse ... !': cartoons of the Dreyfus affair: Mark Bryant looks at the way caricaturists viewed the scandal engulfing France at the end of the 19th century. Bryant, Mark Sep 1, 2007 1096
Media attacks; prison overcrowding crisis. Fox, James P. President's page Sep 1, 2007 580
Killing Roger Coleman: habeas, finality, and the innocence gap. Pettys, Todd E. May 1, 2007 21115
Losing the plot. Jackson, John Cover story May 1, 2007 4925
Innocents convicted: an empirically justified factual wrongful conviction rate. Risinger, D. Michael Mar 22, 2007 22629
A tripartite solution to eyewitness error. Wise, Richard A.; Dauphinais, Kirsten A.; Safer, Martin A. Mar 22, 2007 27235
All eyes on us: a comparative critique of the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission. Maiatico, Jerome M. Mar 1, 2007 12998
Dreams deferred? Wrongly imprisoned, Alan Newton advises students in CUNY's Black Male Initiative. So why is a civil rights group trying to stop him? Asquith, Christina Cover story Feb 22, 2007 2470
Proven guilty: an examination of the penalty-free world of post-conviction DNA testing. Carroll, Gwendolyn Jan 1, 2007 15301
North Carolina launches commission to overturn wrongful convictions. Villa, Alba Lucero Nov 1, 2006 689
Innocence investigated. Brief article Oct 1, 2006 109
Lawmakers apologize for wrongful incarceration. Pudlow, Jan Jan 1, 2006 1205
Supreme Court considers revising rule. Comey, Philip Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 288
The freedom within. Blain, Michael Jun 22, 2005 783
DNA evidence frees falsely accused. Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 286
The myth of innocence. Marquis, Joshua Jan 1, 2005 9826
Exonerations in the United States 1989 through 2003. Gross, Samuel R.; Jacoby, Kristen; Matheson, Daniel J.; Montgomery, Nicholas; Patil, Sujata Jan 1, 2005 14119
The seduction of innocence: the attraction and limitations of the focus on innocence in capital punishment law and advocacy. Steiker, Carol S.; Steiker, Jordan M. Jan 1, 2005 16340
Criminal law and criminology: a survey of recent books. Ferrall, Bard R. Jan 1, 2005 1324
Norwegian men cleared of incest charges after serving sentences. Brief Article Dec 2, 2003 139
Record number of death row inmates exonerated this year. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Aug 15, 2003 146
Victims of the fury: the tragic story of Wenatchee, Washington, is but one example of child protection services run amok. Grigg, William Norman Aug 11, 2003 1503
Healing circle ends grief and suffering. (News). Gladue, Yvonne Irene Dec 1, 2002 796
Ohio pays wrongly incarcerated. (State News). Harry, Jennifer L. Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 147
Unreal dream": wrongful convictions. Normey, Rob Aug 1, 2002 3038
Priest's testimony leads to man's release after years in jail. Brief Article Aug 10, 2001 418
3M factor in Canadian justice. Mitchell, Teresa Jun 1, 2001 986
Hurricane in a split decision (movie based on book about boxer accused of murder). Normey, Rob Jun 1, 2000 1452
Long and sorry saga (Lary Fisher's murder conviction). Mitchell, Teresa Feb 1, 2000 913
World-wide support for (Leonard) Peltier. Barnsley, Paul May 1, 1999 2100

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