17 research outputs found

    William Virgil and Elliot Slosar: As Featured on the Podcast Accused

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    William Virgil and Elliot Slosar: As Featured on the Podcast Accused He served 28 years for a crime someone else committed... Thursday October 25th, 2018 12:30 pm Room 1140 presented by the Notre Dame Exoneration Projecthttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1354/thumbnail.jp

    William Virgil and Elliot Slosar: As Featured on the Podcast Accused

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    William Virgil and Elliot Slosar: As Featured on the Podcast Accused He served 28 years for a crime someone else committed... Thursday October 25th, 2018 12:30 pm Room 1140 presented by the Notre Dame Exoneration Projecthttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1354/thumbnail.jp

    Correcting Injustices in the Criminal Justice System

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    Future Prosecuting Attorneys Council & The Notre Dame Exoneration Project Present: Correcting Injustices in the Criminal Justice System Monday 3/18 maria Stancati speaks about her role as Executive Director of Dismas House, a local non-profit which assists men and women recently released from incarceration in their transition back into society. Wednesday 3/20 Vera Institute of Justice Akhi Johnson, a former AUSA, will discuss how Vera works with elected prosecutors across the country to end mass incarceration, address racial disparities, and make their offices more accountable to the communities they serve. Thursday 3/21 Justis 4 Justus Kristine Bunch, the Executive Director of Justis 4 Justus, will discuss her organization\u27s efforts to support exonerees in their transition back into society. Kristine has experienced this transition first hand. In 2012, after 17 years in prision, her conviction was overturned with help from the Center for Wrongful Convictions. Each event will be at 12:30 in Eck 1130. Lunch will be provided. FPAC Notre Dame Exoneration Projecthttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1393/thumbnail.jp

    Correcting Injustices in the Criminal Justice System

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    Future Prosecuting Attorneys Council & The Notre Dame Exoneration Project Present: Correcting Injustices in the Criminal Justice System Monday 3/18 maria Stancati speaks about her role as Executive Director of Dismas House, a local non-profit which assists men and women recently released from incarceration in their transition back into society. Wednesday 3/20 Vera Institute of Justice Akhi Johnson, a former AUSA, will discuss how Vera works with elected prosecutors across the country to end mass incarceration, address racial disparities, and make their offices more accountable to the communities they serve. Thursday 3/21 Justis 4 Justus Kristine Bunch, the Executive Director of Justis 4 Justus, will discuss her organization\u27s efforts to support exonerees in their transition back into society. Kristine has experienced this transition first hand. In 2012, after 17 years in prision, her conviction was overturned with help from the Center for Wrongful Convictions. Each event will be at 12:30 in Eck 1130. Lunch will be provided. FPAC Notre Dame Exoneration Projecthttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1393/thumbnail.jp

    The Week Against Mass Incarceration

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    Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 12:30 p.m., Eck 3140 Meet and hear from Roosevelt Glenn Sr., exonerated after 17 years behind bars. Wednesday & Thursday, March 6 & 7, 2019, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Eck Commons Letter writing to exonerees with National Lawyers Guild and Notre Dame Exoneration Projecthttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1431/thumbnail.jp

    The Troy Davis Case: Executing the Innocent?

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    Thursday, November 21, 2019, 12:30 p.m., McCartan Courtroom, Eck Hall of Law Speaker: Jay Ewart, defense attorney for Troy Davis, 2003-2011, Arnold & Porter, Washington, D.C.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1466/thumbnail.jp

    The Troy Davis Case: Executing the Innocent?

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    Thursday, November 21, 2019, 12:30 p.m., McCartan Courtroom, Eck Hall of Law Speaker: Jay Ewart, defense attorney for Troy Davis, 2003-2011, Arnold & Porter, Washington, D.C.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1466/thumbnail.jp

    Anthony Ray Hinton: From Death Row to a Life of Freedom

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    American Constitution Society for Law and Policy Notre Dame Exoneration Project Federalist Society Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights present Anthony Ray Hinton: From Death Row to a Life of Freedom Tuesday November 13 12:30 pm McCartan Courtroom, Notre Dame Law School Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years on death row for crimes he did not commit. Arrested for a series of capital murders in his home town with no corroborating evidence, and with no history of violent crime, Mr. Hinton was convicted on the basis of testimony that a gun owned by his mother - which had not been fired in 25 years - was the gun used in all three murders. Lacking adequate legal defense, no ballistic analysis was conducted until 2002, when qualified firearms experts testified that the bullets from all three crimes could not have been fired from Mrs. Hinton\u27s gun. I\u27ve never had an apology, but I forgave those involved in my conviction long before I left prison, Mr. Hinton has said since his exoneration. I didn\u27t forgive them so they can sleep well at night. I did it so I can. Mr. Hinton will speak about his wrongful conviction in 1985, his years on Alabama\u27s death row, and the experience of freedom. After the talk, he will be available after the talk to sign copies of his book, The Sun Does Shine, copies of which may be purchased at the event Co-sponsored by the Department of Africana Studies, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and the Rooney. Center for the Study of American Democracyhttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1362/thumbnail.jp

    NDEP In Practice: Where Our Alumni Are Working Today

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    Bill Green, Illinois Asst. Attorney General Molly Campbell, Loevy & Loevy Lenora Popken, Staff Attorney, 11th Circuithttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1578/thumbnail.jp

    35 Years Stolen

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    Notre Dame Exoneration Project presents exonerees Marvin Cotton Jr. Kenneth Nixonhttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1585/thumbnail.jp
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