Findley is guest on WPR's Joy Cardin Show

Listeners to Wisconsin Public Radio got a chance to hear about the work of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, and to talk with one of its co-directors.

Keith Findley, a clinical professor of law at UW Law School and co-director of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, was a guest on the Joy Cardin Show on Friday, January 7. Professor Findley talked with guest-host John Munson about the innocence movement nationally and internationally, and about the work that's being done in the Law School.

Callers asked Professor Findley about racial disparities in wrongful convictions, the resources available to defense attorneys, and the reliability of witnesses.

To hear the archived audio, click here.

Submitted by UW Law School News on January 7, 2011

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