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The Innocence Project on Factors Leading to Wrongful Convictions

Tuesday, March 29, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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On March 29th, 2011, the Innocence Project Student Association (IPSA) held a panel, "Guilty Until Proven Innocent: A Panel on Factors Leading to Wrongful Convictions.” Professor of Law Andrew Ferguson, Professor of Law John Terzano, and Eily Raman, Assistant Director of the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project, spoke at length about factors leading to wrongful convictions including eyewitness misidentification, jailhouse snitches, junk science, false confessions, forensic science misconduct, bad lawyering, and government misconduct. 

 

                 

Prof. Ferguson, Eily Raman, and Prof. Terzano                                 Eily Raman and Professor Terzano



                                                      Eily Raman on wrongful convictions


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