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Making a Murderer: Who is the Victim?

One final thought on the Netflix documentary series, Making a Murderer. Who is the victim? Who is she, really? There has been extensive media reporting about the victimization of Steven Avery, who was wrongfully convicted of rape, exonerated, and while

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Brendan Dassey: The Power of Confession in Making a Murderer

Both mainstream media and social media are in the grips of the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer. Everyone has an opinion on the guilt or innocence of Steven Avery with some calling loudly for his release. The film has opened

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Questions From the Class: Part #1

Management Resources principles Bob Rahn and Kim Anklin were honored to be included in Penn State’s online course, Presumed Innocent? The Social Science of Wrongful Conviction. Interviewed extensively about the wrongful conviction and exoneration of Jonathan Fleming, many questions arose

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The Intersection of O.J. Simpson and Jonathan Fleming

Kim Anklin’s thoughts on O.J. Simpson, Jonathan Fleming, and the criminal justice system  Twenty years have passed since Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were brutally murdered in Brentwood, CA and what would be known as “the Trial of the Century”

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Future Implications for Hearsay Cases

Illinois Legislation passed “Drew’s Law” in 2008, which states that hearsay evidence may be used if prosecutors believe the witness was murdered in order to prevent him or her from testifying.  Hearsay is any evidence given by a witness that

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