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Dancing Eyebrows, Amanda Knox, and Jerry Hobbs: Assessing Guilt Based On Body Language Is a Dangerous Game
Clinical law professor, Northwestern University School of Law
There's no place for such conjecture testimony in the court system or the court of public opinion. It may make for great television but it is not science.
A Prosecutor's True Calling
President, Chicago Innocence Project
Wrongful convictions occur because prosecutors forget that their mandate "in a criminal prosecution is not that it shall win a case, but that justice shall be done," as the United States Supreme Court has decided.
Wrongfully-Accused Men Call For End Of Death Penalty
Man Linked To Zion Killings Gets 5 Life Sentences In Va.
DNA Evidence Could Lead To Release Of Zion Man Jailed For Murdering Two Children
DNA Evidence Found On Murdered Zion Girls Could Clear Father, In Prison For The Crime
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