- Did the Medill (Northwestern) Innocence Project railroad an innocent man?
- In China, prosecutors instructed to be wary of potentially false evidence, to fight against wrongful convictions
- DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) honored at Ohio Innocence Project’s 10th Anniversary Gala
- Lamont Davis has a seemingly ironclad alibi for why he can’t have been the triggerman in a Baltimore shooting that left a five-year-old girl paralyzed. A GPS tracking device he’d been ordered to wear puts him in his home half a mile away at the time. Yet Davis sits in a Maryland prison serving life plus 30 years in the case, which was front page news in the city when it happened in 2009. Rest of story….
Blog EditorRosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project Order Here
Justin BrooksProfessor, California Western School of Law; Director, California Innocence ProjectOrder his book Wrongful Convictions Cases & Materials 2d ed. here
Liza DietrichResearch and Writing Specialist & Outreach Program Coordinator for the Ohio Innocence Project
Daniel EhighaluaNigerian Barrister
Phil LockeScience and Technology Advisor, Ohio Innocence Project and Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic
Dr. Carole McCartneyReader in Law, Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University
Nancy PetroAuthor and Advocate Order her book False Justice here
Shiyuan HuangAssociate Professor, Shandong University Law School; Visiting Scholar, University of Cincinnati College of Law Presumed Guilty here