Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 37, Number 4

SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 37

NUMBER 4

SPRING 2008

Symposium: Wrongful Convictions - Causes and Cures

Contents

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Wrongful Convictions Brochure (PDF)
745 Introduction to Wrongful Convictions Symposium (PDF)
Myrna S. Raeder
 

ABA Policies Concerning Wrongful Convictions

763 Achieving Justice: Freeing the Innocent, Convicting the Guilty
Report of the ABA Criminal Justice Section (PDF)
Editors Paul C. Giannelli & Myrna S. Raeder
917 ABA Policy 104D: Cross-Racial Identification
American Bar Association
935 ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor: 3.8(g) & (h)
American Bar Association
 

Panel One: The Role of the Prosecution and Defense in Causing and Correcting Wrongful Convictions

943 Transcript of Proceedings: The Role of the Prosecution and Defense in Causing and Correcting Wrongful Convictions (PDF)
Laurie Levenson, Dino Amoroso, Susan Gaertner, Kenneth Williams & Rory K. Little
965 Addressing the Evidentiary Sources of Wrongful Convictions: Categorical Exclusion of Evidence in Capital Statutes (PDF)
Rory K. Little
   

Panel Two: Experts and Forensic Evidence

987 Excerpt from Transcript of Proceedings: Experts and Forensic Evidence (PDF)
Barry Fisher
993 Forensic Science and the ABA Innocence Report (PDF)
Paul C. Giannelli
1009 Excerpt from Transcript of Proceedings: Experts and Forensic Evidence (PDF)
Jennifer Mnookin
1027 Beyond Bad Apples: Analyzing the Role of Forensic Science in Wrongful Convictions (PDF)
William C. Thompson

Keynote Address

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Keynote Address (PDF)
Peter Neufeld
 

Panel Three: False Confessions, Eyewitness Identification, Race and Informants

1065 False Confessions - Three Tales from New York (PDF)
Margaret A. Berger
1079 The Potential for Injustice in the use of Informants in the Criminal Justice System (PDF)
Senior Judge Arthur L. Burnett, Sr.
1091 Wrongly Accused Redux: How Race Contributes to Convicting the Innocent: The Informants Example (PDF)
Andrew E. Taslitz

Panel Four: Systemic Issues and the Media

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Excerpts from Transcript of Proceedings: Systemic Issues and the Media (PDF)
Karen Smith, Gerald Uelmen & Henry Weinstein
   

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