WHICH PART OF           “THOU SHALT NOT KILL” …

                          

                         WHICH PART OF

                  “THOU SHALT NOT KILL”

                 DIDN´T YOU UNDERSTAND?!

                                                               – GOD

“A system that puts that much pressure on people to plead guilty is a problem.” My Blog in Case of Innocence

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Have you pleaded guilty to a crime you didn’t commit? You’re not alone. Get involved: GuiltyPleaProblem.Org #GuiltyPleaProblem

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Call for Papers Innocence Network Conference — Wrongful Convictions Blog | My Blog in CaseofInnocence Blog

The Innocence Network is now seeking papers for presentation at the 2017 Innocence Network Conference. See below for details. The Innocence Scholarship Committee of the Innocence Network is seeking high quality social science and legal scholarship for presentation at the 2017 Innocence Network Conference in San Diego, California on March 24-25(http://www.innocencenetwork.org/conference). Areas of research are open […]

via Call for Papers Innocence Network Conference — Wrongful Convictions Blog

Wrongfully Convicted Tennessee Man Seeks Governor’s Exoneration — News One

For 31 years, Lawrence McKinney sat in a Tennessee prison cell, wrongfully convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. DNA evidence led to his freedom in 2009 through a judicial clearance, but he has not been exonerated. After parole boards twice declined to exonerate him, McKinney hopes Gov. Bill Haslam overturns those decisions and issues…

via Wrongfully Convicted Tennessee Man Seeks Governor’s Exoneration — News One

Allen Brantley, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI: “Animal cruelty…is not a harmless venting of Emotion…”

Allen Brantley, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI:

“Animal cruelty…is not a harmless venting of emotion

in a healthy individual; this is a warning sign that this

individual  is not mentally healthy and needs some sort

of intervention. Abusing animals does not dissipate

these violent emotions, it may fuel them.” (1996)

Wrongful convictions from judicial software glitches lacks quick solutions — FORENSICS and LAW in FOCUS @ CSIDDS | News and Trends

A tech company’s software glitches has turned criminal recording keeping into a nightmare by mis-identifying the innocent as guilty. It’s cross the US judicial divide, as the problem isn’t just in California. Any solutions for this appears to have to be found in civil litigation. Groan. The criminal defense bar in Alameda County, CA seems […]

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