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The Center on Wrongful Convictions &

the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

invite you to our Fall 2018 CLE:

Blood Stain Pattern Analysis and Wrongful Convictions

 

2 Hours ILMCLE, PENDING APPROVAL

 

September 20, 2018

3 P.M.-5 P.M.

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Rubloff 150

 

Register HERE

Two one-hour discussions highlighting how blood stain pattern analysis has contributed to wrongful convictions. Featuring award winning investigative reporter and Texas Monthly editor, Pamela Colloff, whose recent two-part article from ProPublica and the NYT Magazine, “Blood Will Tell” explores the devastating impact blood stain pattern analysis had in the Texas case of Joe Bryan. Followed by a one hour discussion with exoneree David Camm, who was convicted based on erroneous blood stain pattern analysis and crime reconstruction testimony, and his attorney, Richard Kammen

 


CENTER ON WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS 2018 ANNUAL BENEFIT

JUSTICE |AWARDS|DRINKS|FOOD|MUSIC

 

Thursday, November 8, 2018

6:00-10:00 P.M.

 

At a NEW Venue!

VENUE WEST

221 N Paulina Street

Chicago, IL  60612

 

[Save the date! More details to come!]


Past Events:

 

Symposium Celebrating the 5th Anniversary of the Women's Project (3-16-2018)

 

Criminal Litigation in the Age of Information - How Much is Enough? (10-19-2017) 

 

Symposium: Hot Topics in Criminal Justice: What You Need to Know (3-10-2017)

   


Thank you to the Center on Wrongful Convictions 2017-18 Sponsors:

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