This article published by Kent Roach draws on the work from Rachel Dioso-Villa and examines the known cases of wrongful convictions of Indigenous persons in Australia and Canada.Read More
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Bruce A. MacFarlane, QC, Barrister and Attorney-at-Law, of the Manitoba and Alberta Bars explores the intersection between the forensic sciences and medicine when the pertain to cases of wrongful conviction.Read More
Read the Report of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Heads of Prosecutions Subcommittee on the Prevention of Wrongful ConvictionsRead More
The wrongful convictions of Anthony Hanemaayer, Simon Marshall and Dinesh Kumar are proof of the frailties of our plea system in Canada. Anthony Hanemaayer pled guilty to a crime that Paul Bernardo later confessed to. Simon Marshall pled guilty to several offenses including seven sexual assaults and was later cleared...Read More