Vol. 79 Nbr. 3, March - March 2016
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- Elephants in the courtroom: examining overlooked issues in wrongful convictions.
- Innocence project: DNA exonerations, 1989-2014; review of data and findings from the first 25 years.
- These lives matter, those ones don't: comparing execution rates by the race and gender of the victim in the U.S. and in the top death penalty states.
- Recantations and the perjury sword.
- Orwell's elephant and the etiology of wrongful convictions.
- A nearly perfect system for convicting the innocent.
- Elephants in the station house: serial crimes, wrongful convictions, and expanding wrongful conviction analysis to include police investigation.
- 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.
- Mental competency law and plea bargaining: a neurophenomenological critique.
- The prosecutor's duty of silence.
- Confronting the elephants in the courtroom through prosecutor led diversion efforts.