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Wrongful Conviction in Early America

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Rob Warden—Executive Director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions, Northwestern University School of Law

Convicting innocent people in murder cases isn't a new phenomenon. We talk with Rob Warden about his book, Wilkie Collins's The Dead Alive: the Novel, the Case, and Wrongful Convictions (Northwestern University Press, 2005).

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