Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence After Trial*

Edward Connors, Thomas Lundregan, Neal Miller & Tom McEwen

Contents

Message from the Attorney General

Foreword: Commentaries on DNA Testing:

Edward J. Immwinkelried, Professor of Law
Walter F. Rowe, Professor of Forensic Sciences
Rockne Harmon, Sr. Deputy District Attorney
Ronald S. Reinstein, Presiding Criminal Judge, Superior Court of Arizona
George W. Clarke & Catherine Stephenson, Deputy District Attorneys
Matt L. Rodriguez, Superintendent of Police
Peter Neufeld, Esq. & Barry C. Scheck, Professor of Law

I. Introduction

II. Study Findings

Evidence Presented During/After Trial:

Common Attributes
Results of DNA Laboratory Survey

III. Policy Implications

IV. Profiles of DNA Exculpatory Cases

Glossary

 

Author Info

Ralph Underwager is a psychologist at the Institute for Psychological Therapies, 5263 130th Street East, Northfield, Minnesota, 55057.

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