Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence After Trial (English, United States of America, National Institute of Justice)

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To which legal systems is the resource relevant? United States of America
Which topics does the resource address? exoneration, wrongful conviction, jury trial, forensic evidence, evidence, deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, eyewitness identification, confession, sexual assault, law enforcement, prosecutor, prosecutorial misconduct, criminal justice, postconviction, post-conviction, post conviction, postconviction relief, post-conviction relief, post conviction relief, postconviction remedies, post-conviction remedies, post conviction remedies, exculpatory evidence, newly discovered evidence
In which languages is the resource available? English
Title of the analysis, commentary, report, or study Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence After Trial
Author Edward Connors, Thomas Lundregan, Neal Miller, Tom McEwen
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If the content appeared in a periodical, newsletter, journal, or similar publication, insert the name of the publication here
If the content appeared on a website or blog, insert the name of the website or blog here National Institute of Justice
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Publisher National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, United States Department of Justice
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Date June 1996
Year of publication 1996 CE
URL https://nij.ojp.gov/library/publications/convicted-juries-exonerated-science-case-studies-use-dna-evidence-establish, https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles/dnaevid.pdf
Does this resource include a glossary, dictionary, or similar reference material? yes
Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? no
Is this resource freely available online? yes
Is this resource available as a PDF or other downloadable format? yes
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Edward Connors +, Thomas Lundregan +, Neal Miller +  and Tom McEwen +
United States of America +
exoneration +, wrongful conviction +, jury trial +, eyewitness identification +, confession +, sexual assault +, law enforcement +, prosecutor +, prosecutorial misconduct +, criminal justice +, postconviction +, post-conviction +, post conviction +, postconviction relief +, post-conviction relief +, post conviction relief +, postconviction remedies +, post-conviction remedies +, post conviction remedies +, forensic evidence +, evidence +, deoxyribonucleic acid +, DNA +, exculpatory evidence +  and newly discovered evidence +
National Institute of Justice +, Office of Justice Programs +  and United States Department of Justice +
Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence After Trial +
National Institute of Justice +