Erroneous Convictions in Criminal Justice - Interview with Jon Gould

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Interview with Jon Gould, Ph.D., Director of the Washington Institute for Public and International Affairs Research, American University.

Erroneous Convictions in Criminal Justice - Interview with Jon Gould
  • Bottom line findings from the study "Predicting Erroneous Convictions: A Social Science Approach to Miscarriages of Justice"
  • Ten statistically significant factors related to wrongful convictions
  • The role of systemic error and tunnel vision

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Bottom line findings: Learning from errormp4, 228 MBmp3, 4.16 MB
Ten statistically significant factors of wrongful convictionmp4, 198 MBmp3, 3.75 MB
Systemic error and tunnel visionmp4, 210 MBmp3, 3.93 MB

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