By Brian L. Cutler
Over the final numerous many years over 250 electorate convicted of significant felonies have been came across blameless and have been exonerated. this present day, due to the paintings of psychologists and different felony justice researchers, the mental foundations that underlie conviction of the blameless have gotten transparent. there's actual desire that those findings may end up in optimistic reforms, lessen the chance of miscarriages of justice, and keep away from the results of wrongful convictions to sufferers and society.
In this ebook, editor Brian Cutler provides a state-of-the-field assessment of present mental examine on conviction of the blameless. bankruptcy authors examine how the jobs performed via suspects, investigators, eyewitnesses, and trial witnesses and the way pervasive systemic matters give a contribution to conspire to extend the chance of conviction of the innocent.
The chapters skillfully learn mental views on such issues as police interrogations, confessions, eyewitness identity, trial strategies, juries, and forensic technology, in addition to broader concerns reminiscent of racism and tunnel imaginative and prescient in the justice system.
This complete quantity represents a big milestone for study on miscarriages of justice. by means of bringing mental theories and study to undergo in this social challenge, the authors derive compelling suggestions for destiny learn and useful reform in police and felony procedures.
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Conviction of the Innocent: Lessons From Psychology Research by Brian L. Cutler