WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS

Convicting the Innocent in Capital Cases: Criteria, Evidence, and Inference…..52:587

Correcting Miscarriages of Justice: The Role of Criminal Cases Review Commission…..52:657

Heeding the Lessons of History: The Need for Mandatory Recording of Police Interrogations to Accurately Assess the Reliability and Voluntariness of Confessions…..52:619

Investigation, Discovery, and Disclosure in Criminal Cases: An Iowa Perspective…..52:739

Justice Still Fails: A Review of Recent Efforts to Compensate Individuals Who Have Been Unjustly Convicted and Later Exonerated…..52:703

A Look Back at Gideon v. Wainwright After Forty Years: An Examination of the Illusory Sixth Amendment Right to Assistance of Counsel…..52:47

The North Carolina Actual Innocence Commission: Uncommon Perspectives Joined by a Common Cause…..52:647

Preventing Wrongful Convictions—A Current Report from Illinois…..52:605

The Structure, Operation, and Impact of Wrongful Conviction Inquiries: The Sophonow Inquiry as an Example of the Canadian Experience…..52:677

Wrongfully Convicted: A No-Win Situation for the Victim…..52:695