Pardon Me: Current Avenues for the Correction of Wrongful Conviction in Australia
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An increasing number of DNA exonerations have emphasized the problems of wrongful conviction in the United States. Wrong conviction is an international dilemma and the innocence movement is now an international one. An Australian perspective on mechanisms for the correction of wrongful conviction is described.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
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