In a Madison Magazine Online profile of Audrey Edmunds, who was exonerated after being wrongly convicted of murder based on the controversial “shaken baby syndrome,” the role of the Wisconsin Innocence Project and Professor Keith Findley are discussed.
The July 1, 2009, article discusses the emerging debate about “shaken baby syndrome” theory and the possibility that many innocent parents and care-givers might be wrongly convicted in cases similar to that of Edmunds.
The article is available here.
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