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Green light for police malpractice – the Susan May judgement

Green light for police malpractice – the Susan May judgement

by Andrew Green
first published 2002

The dismissal of the Susan May’s appeal against her conviction for murder is not only a disaster for Susan and all her family and numerous friends: it creates dangers for any innocent person suspected by the police of committing a crime.  4,570 more words

Unmaking a Murderer

Unmaking a Murderer

What would Sheffield’s Miscarriages of Justice Review Centre do if we were to agree to review the cases of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, the subjects of Netflix’s ten episode documentary, … 803 more words

The Guildford Four

Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Paddy Armstrong, Carole Richardson

This case is dealt with at length in “The Woolwich and Guildford pub-bomb cases” by Bob Woffinden in his 1987 book Miscarriages of Justice (see… 1,983 more words


Inside Exoneration litigation in Mississippi - At Times it's Utter Frustration #ELHoward

In 2016, Texas determined that dental bitemark experts should not be admitted in court. What’s now happening in Mississippi (MS) is a classic legal and forensic science example of continuing that agenda. 463 more words

Wrongful Convictions

Jack McCullough Exoneration - The Continuing Update

We’ve been posting here about the exoneration of Jack McCullough in the 1957 abduction and murder of then 7-year-old Maria Ridulph in Sycamore, IL. The current DeKalb County prosecutor, Richard Schmack, felt ethically compelled to review the case, and determined that evidence proved Jack could not be guilty.   171 more words

Prosecutorial Conduct (good And Bad)

Forensics: 2d bitemark opinion in the John Kunco case. Where is justice for him? #ADA

“The victim was able to identify Kunco by virtue of a recognizable lisp.

Five months after the woman was attacked, an ultraviolet photograph of her back was enlarged and healed bite wounds were compared to a mold of Kunco’s teeth. 48 more words