Innocence Network Week in Review: December 14, 2012
Posted: December 14, 2012 4:40 pm
The Oklahoma Innocence Project and Director Tiffany Murphy were profiled by Oklahoma public radio station KOSU in a story about innocence work in that state.
The Medill Innocence Project has published the results of their investigation into the case of Pamela Jacobazzi, that project’s first shaken baby syndrome case.
SVT Swedish Public Television aired a piece on Duke Law Innocence Project client LaMonte Armstrong.
Florida Innocence Project exoneree William Michael Dillon was featured in an episode of Investigation Discovery’s “I Didn’t Do It,” a new series that explores wrongful conviction cases.
Audrey Edmunds, a client of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, was featured on an episode of the Katie Couric Show about two non-DNA exoneration cases.
In a piece on wrongful convictions and false confessions in Chicago, 60 Minutes featured cases represented by the Innocence Project, the Center for Wrongful Convictions and the Exoneration Project of the University of Chicago Law School.
Tags: North Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Innocence Network