Presumed guilty: when innocent people are wrongly convicted

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Prometheus Books, Dec 31, 1990 - Law - 231 pages
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Tells the stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they did not commmit, argues that these wrongful convictions are usually the result of prejudice, and suggests reforms

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Most persons who are arrested are de facto guilty of something. This presumption of guilt, when it replaces the de jure presumption of innocence, leads to wrongful convictions. Yant, commentary editor ... Read full review

Contents

Justice Denied
11
Trials and Errors in Dallas
15
The Keystone Cops
45
Copyright

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