Deconstructing the Path to Wrongful Convictions. Peggy DeStefano Professor of Criminal Justice Bakersfield College. Abstract.
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Peggy DeStefanoProfessor of Criminal JusticeBakersfield College
This slide show is intended to provide a simple and brief overview of some of the facets of the problem, while creating (hopefully) an interest in attending the colloquium to participate in the protracted examination of a profound systemic issue.
White—27%African American—29%Latino—38%Asian/Native American/Other—6%Male—93%Female—7%
PoliceD.A. InvestigatorsGrand JuryInterested Citizen GroupsMediaInformantsWitnesses
Asian/Native American/Other—2%Male 99% Female 1%
Biological evidence was “not found” on victim’s bed sheet