Controversies in innocence cases in America / edited by Sarah Lucy Cooper, Birmingham City University, UK.
Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 
xviii, 226 pages ; 25 cm.
Controversies in American constitutional law.
Formatted Contents Note
Innocence found : the new revolution in American criminal justice /Keith A. Findley The innocence network : from beginning to branding /Jacqueline McMurtrie Eyewitnesses and erroneous convictions : an American conundrum /Jules Epstein Disputed interrogation techniques in America : true and false confessions and the estimation and valuation of type I and II errors /Deborah Davis, Richard A. Leo, Michael J. Williams Innocence and the suppression of exculpatory evidence by prosecutors /Lissa Griffin The two-legged stool : the asymmetry of American aid for the rule of law and the risk of wrongful conviction /Carrie Leonetti The emerging role of innocence lawyer and the need for role-differentiated standards of professional conduct /D. Michael Risinger and Lesley C. Risinger When finality and innocence collide /Carrie Sperling Narrowing the construction of "innocence" : societal and constitutional consequences /Francine Banner Towards a theory of innocence policy reform /Nancy Marion and Marvin Zalman Innocence commissions in America : ten years after /Sara Lucy Cooper.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.