Session 127: RS92 -> Wrongful Conviction: The Latest Research
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Clark 1
Session Chair: Talia Harmon, Niagara University
Too Late for Luck: An Analysis of Post-Furman Executions 'Despite Doubts About Their Guilt'
by: Talia Harmon, Niagara University (Corresponding)
William S. Lofquist, SUNY College at Geneseo
Wrongful Convictions in Capital Cases and the Legacy of Lynching
by: William M. Holmes, University of Massachusetts - Boston (Corresponding)
The Construction of Criminality: False Accusations, Constructed Victims, and Necessary Scapegoats
by: Dianne L. Martin, York University (Corresponding)
The Consequences of False Confessions Revisited in the DNA Age
by: Steven Drizin, Northwestern University
Richard Leo, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Margaret Vandiver, University of Memphis

(Return to Program Resources)

Updated 05/20/2006