(see also Incarceration, Capital Punishment, Death Penalty Abolition)
From Blackstone to Bentham: Why Wrongful Conviction is On the Rise. Paul Craig Roberts, Lew Rockwell (3/01).
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Center on Wrongful Convictions (Northwestern University).
Citizens United for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (CUADP). Presents list of present potential cases of wrongful conviction, state by state.
Huff, C.R. "Wrongful conviction: causes & public policy issues," Criminal Justice (spr 03).
Simon, Taryn. "Freedom row: those freed by DNA evidence," NY Times Magazine (1/26/03).
Wells, G. "Eyewitness identification procedures: recommendations for lineups & photospreads," Law & Human Behavior 22,6 (1998).
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Christianson, Scott. Innocent: Inside Wrongful Conviction Cases (NY: NYU, 2004).
Frisbie, Thomas & R. Garrett. Victims of Justice: The True Story of Two Innocent Condemned to Die & a Prosecution Out of Control (NY: Avon, 1998).
Huff, C.W.; Arye Rattner & Edward Sagarin. Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful Convictions & Public Policy (Thousand Oaks CA: Sage, 1996).
Roberts, Paul Craig & Lawrence Stratton. The Tyranny of Good Intentions: How Prosecutors & Bureaucrats Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice (Roseville CA: Forum, 2000).
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