Just Data: Advancing the Innocence Movement

RSVP to watch the livestream on Dec. 14, 10:45 a.m. ET – 4 p.m. ET

Join the Innocence Project for an inaugural virtual conference that brings together leading scholars to showcase the latest research on wrongful conviction and inspire new, practical avenues for further exploration.

Schedule

10:45

Welcome – Vanessa Meterko, Innocence Project

10:50

Opening Remarks – Christina Swarns, Innocence Project

11:05

Wrongful Convictions in the United Kingdom: The Post Office Scandal and Broader Trends – Rebecca Helm, University of Exeter

11:27

Post-traumatic Growth among Exonerees: Exploring Transformative Experiences after Exoneration – Elizabeth Panuccio, Amy Shlosberg, Jordan Nowotny, Fairleigh Dickinson University

11:49

Cross-Examination Fails to Safeguard Against Feedback Effects on Eyewitness Testimony – Taylor C. Lebensfeld, Laura Smalarz, Arizona State University

12:11

Identifying Patterns Across the Six Canonical Factors Underlying Wrongful Convictions – Ryanne Berube (Portland State University), Miko Wilford (UMass Lowell), Yan Wang (UMass Lowell), Allison Redlich (George Mason University)

1:05

Welcome to keynote speaker – Jaime Henderson

1:10

Keynote conversation – Ginny LeFever, Jaime Henderson

1:30

Thanks – Jaime Henderson

2:30

Practitioners Panel with Unanswered Questions from the Field: A Call to Action for Researchers – Vanessa Meterko + Innocence Project staff

3:50

Closing Remarks – Jaime Henderson

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