The Innocence Commission: Preventing Wrongful Convictions and Restoring the Criminal Justice System

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NOTES TO THE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

1. Jon B. Gould, “Florida Moves North: Electoral Reform in Virginia Post2000,” a Century Foundation Report (New York: Century Foundation, 2002). Available online at http://www.tcf.org/Publications/ElectionReform/va-gould.pdf (last accessed January 22, 2007).

2. Jon B. Gould, “It's Not Just for Law School Anymore: Clinical Education on the Death Penalty for Undergraduates,” 53 Journal of Legal Education (2003): 615–634.

3. Jon B. Gould, “After Further Review: A New Wave of Innocence Commissions,” 88 Judicature (2004): 126–131.


NOTES TO THE INTRODUCTION

1. See http://www.thefutoncritic.com/showatch.aspx?id=in_justice (last accessed November 2, 2006).

2. Ibid.

3. Tom Shales, “With 'In Justice,' ABC Is Guilty of Petty Theft,” Washing ton Post, December 31, 2005, C1.

4. See theFutoncritic.com.

5. Samuel R. Gross, Kristen Jacoby, Daniel J. Matheson, Nicholas Montgomery, and Sujata Patil, “Exonerations in the United States 1989 through 2003,” 95 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (2005): 523–560.

6. Thomas P. Sullivan. “Repair or Repeal: The Report of the Illinois Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment,” Champion 26 (2002): 10.

7. Steve Weinberg, “A Short History of Exposing Misconduct,” Center for Public Integrity. Available online at http://www.publicintegrity.org/pm/default .aspx?act=sidebarsb&aid=37 (last accessed June 13, 2006).

8. Thomas P. Sullivan, “Preventing Wrongful Convictions—A Current Report from Illinois,” 52 Drake Law Review (2004): 606.

9. Joshua Marquis, “The Myth of Innocence,” 95 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (2005): 501–521.

10. Margaret Edds, An Expendable Man: The Near-Execution of Earl Washington, Jr. (New York: New York University Press, 2003)

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