Wrongful Conviction: International Perspectives on Miscarriages of Justice

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INDEX
Abramson, Jeffrey, 77
Accessibility, conviction review and, 122–123
ACPO. See Association of Chief Police officers
Activity, in hierarchy of propositions, 47
Act of Criminal Procedure (1928), 278
Adams, Randall Dale, 3
Administration of Justice Act (1970), 244n158
Admissibility of evidence, 36
Adversarial system, 4, 7, 83–86; components of, 81–82; constitutional separation of powers and, 83–84; defined, 83; DNA evidence and, 46; in England and Wales, 184; inquisitorial system vs., 233–235; judge in, 86; moral panic and, 11; organized abuse cases and, 23–24; role of Minister of Justice in, 124; truth and, 80–81; wrongful conviction and, 71–91, 159
Adversary trial, 81–82; wrongful conviction and, 79–83
Aebi, Marcelo Fernando, 291
Agret, Roland, 259n5
AIDWYC. See Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted
Aitken, C. G., 49
Ake v. Oklahoma, 86
“Alford” guilty plea, 143, 289
Algarin, Alberto, 26n16
Allen, Alfred, 240n91
Allen, Katherine Jo, 98–99
American Prosecutor's Research Institute, 20
American Society of Criminology, 4
Amirault, Gerald, 26n14
Amirault, Violet, 26n14
Amos, Wilma, 104
Amos Baranes v. the State of Israel, 265
Anthony, Donna, 191, 198
Appeal. See also Revision of final verdicts: right to, in Netherlands, 163; statutory test for, in England and Wales, 202–203
Appeal system: in England and Wales, 231–232, 235; in France, 249–258; in Germany, 219–220; in Switzerland, 144–145; wrongful conviction and, 193, 293–294
Appellate courts: power of, 134n10; review of organized abuse cases, 23–24
Armstrong, Patrick “Paddy,” 188–189, 240n88, 240n94
Arnder, Kenneth, 111–112
Arnold, Philip, 101
Arrest warrant, obtaining in Germany, 214
Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted (AIDWYC), 129, 134n15
Association of Chief Police officers (ACPO), 44
Auld Report, 222
Australia, moral panic about alleged organized abuse in, 18

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