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Comparative Decision Making
In response to wrongful convictions, there has been a revolution in criminal procedure and research in law and science. This review seeks to summarize the cross-disciplinary explosion in work studying known wrongful convictions, examining their causes, and assessing policy reforms designed to help detect and prevent errors in criminal justice. Scholars have increasingly studied the characteristics of known wrongful-conviction cases, including by analyzing archival records and by creating publicdoi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199856800.003.0036 fatcat:fuz3ci35k5fclc42wbhytugckm