False Justice Eight Myths That Convict the Innocent

ISBN-10: 1607144670

ISBN-13: 9781607144670

Edition: N/A

Authors: Jim Petro, Nancy Petro

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List price: $32.99
Publisher: Kaplan Publishing
Publication date: 1/4/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Jim Petrois a former Republican Attorney General of Ohio. Throughout his 35-year career as an attorney and 28-year career as an elected public office holder, he has been publicly committed to strong law-and-order platforms. As Ohio Auditor of State, he and his team cleaned up a corrupt office and performed audits that led to the criminal conviction of an unprecedented 110 public officials in Ohio. His tenure as Attorney General was marked by a nation-leading effort that added 210,000 DNA profiles from Ohio felons and misdemeanants to the national DNA Codis database. This effort resulted in the immediate solving of dozens of cold cases, hundreds over the ensuing months and years.Nancy Petrohas 35 years of full-time experience in marketing, publishing, and business management and has taken an active role in her husband's political career.

Failed Justice
The Devil Cheats Justice
A Haunting Doubt
Relentless Pursuit
Political Genes
Advocating for a Victim
Rising to Opportunity
The Calling Card
Proving Innocence
Life After Exoneration
Proving Guilt
How Many?
A Compelling Witness
Flaws and Faulty Forensics
Closing Arguments
Surviving Injustice
Truth and Redemption
Dissecting Error
Pursuing Truth
Prisons and Executions
Capital Punishment Disclosures
Classic Misconceptions
Lies and Other Disgraces
Expert Mumbo Jumbo
When the Good Guys Aren't
Why We Can't Believe Our Eyes
Observations on Eyewitnesses
Doing Justice
When the DNA Is Gone
Advocacy After Politics
Discerning Guilt and Innocence
Seeking Assurance
Arguing from the Other Side
A Higher Authority
Waiting Eighteen Years for Fifteen Minutes
Tough Decisions
A Partial Victory
Brady's Catch-22
Pesky Issues
Addressing Unacceptable Error
A Defining Moment for DNA
The Supreme Court's Divided Opinion
Dispelling Eight Myths
Myth No. 1
Myth No. 2
Myth No. 3
Myth No. 4
Myth No. 5
Myth No. 6
Myth No. 7
Myth No. 8
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