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Eyewitness misidentification is the leading cause of known wrongful convictions

By Joanna Pozzulo, Chancellor's Professor, Psychology, Carleton University
Emily Pica, Associate Professor, Psychological Science and Counseling, Austin Peay State University
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Wrongful convictions affect people’s lives, even after they are exonerated. There are several complex reasons for wrongful convictions, and policy reform is essential for addressing them.The Conversation

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