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
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.
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- Wednesday, November 23, 2022