A Broken System, Part II:
Why There Is So Much Error in Capital Cases, 
and What Can Be Done About It

James Liebman
Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Law
Columbia Law School
Jeffrey Fagan
Professor
Columbia Law School & Joseph Mailman School of Public Health
Andrew Gelman
Professor of Statistics
Columbia University
Valerie West
Research Associate, Columbia Law School
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Sociology, New York University
Garth Davies
Research Associate, The Institute on Crime, Justice and Corrections
George Washington University
Alexander Kiss
Doctoral Candidate, Dept. of Biostatistics
Columbia University

 

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CLICK HERE to read updated information as of May 13, 2002

 

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