Wrongful Convictions in Canada

3/31/99


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Table of Contents

Wrongful Convictions in Canada

A Partial List of the Wrongfully Convicted

The Key Question

David Milgaard

The Murder of Gail Miller: Elements of the Crime

David Milgaard’s Movements

Suspicion Falls on Milgaard

Initial Police Interviews

Intensive Police Interrogations

The Trial

The Trial: New Evidence

Judge’s Instructions to the Jury

Judicial History

Treatment of Milgaard

Joyce Milgaard: Seeks to Prove Son’s Innocence

Renewed Judicial Process and the Continuing Private Investigation

The Media’s Role

Supreme Court of Canada April 1992

Saskatchewan Response

The Final Act (1977)

PPT Slide

Social Structural Elements in the Wrongful Conviction

Social Context

Police Tactics

Expert Witnesses

Toward a Theory of Wrongful Convictions

Toward a Theory of Wrongful Convictions

Toward a Theory of Wrongful Convictions

Social Inequality and Systemic Discrimination

The Poor and Crime

Aboriginal Peoples and Justice

Author: Natalie Haley