Selected Publications for Keith A. Findley

URL icon Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma: A Complicated Child Welfare Issue

Findley, Keith A. and Johnson, Diana Rugh and Judson, Katherine H. and Staas, Melissa L. and Redleaf, Diane L. and Hyman, Charles Joel, Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma: A Complicated Child Welfare Issue (July 6, 2015). 37 THE GUARDIAN 1 (June 2015) ; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1358.



URL icon Assessing Experiential Legal Education: A Response to Professor Yackee

Findley, Keith A., Assessing Experiential Legal Education: A Response to Professor Yackee (April 9, 2015). Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1348.



URL iconBook Review: Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial

Findley, Keith A. and Scheck, Barry, Book Review: Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial (September 4, 2014). 29 Criminal Justice #2 (Summer 2014), American Bar Association; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1279.



URL iconInnocence Found: The New Revolution in American Criminal Justice

Findley, Keith A., Innocence Found: The New Revolution in American Criminal Justice (May 28, 2014). Chapter One in Controversies in Innocence Cases in America (Sarah Lucy Cooper, ed., Ashgate Publishing 2014); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1263.



URL iconPsychological Perspectives: Cognition and Decision Making

Findley, Keith A. and O'Brien, Barbara, Psychological Perspectives: Cognition and Decision Making (May 19, 2014). Chapter Three in Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward, Carolina Academic Press, 2014 Forthcoming.



URL iconExpert Testimony on Interrogation and False Confessions

Cutler, Brian L. and Findley, Keith A. and Loney, Danielle, Expert Testimony on Interrogation and False Confession (May 13, 2014). UMKC Law Review, Vol. 82, No. 3, 2014; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1256.



URL iconJudicial Gatekeeping of Suspect Evidence: Due Process and Evidentiary Rules in the Age of Innocence

Findley, Keith A., Judicial Gatekeeping of Suspect Evidence: Due Process and Evidentiary Rules in the Age of Innocence (June 3, 2013). 47 Georgia Law Review 723 (2013); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1235.



URL iconBook Review: Understanding Failed Evidence

Findley, Keith A., Book Review: Understanding Failed Evidence (April 16, 2013). 28 Criminal Justice (Forthcoming); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1223.



URL iconShaken Baby Syndrome, Abusive Head Trauma, and Actual Innocence: Getting it Right

Findley, Keith A. and Barnes, Patrick David and Moran, David A. and Squier, Waney, Shaken Baby Syndrome, Abusive Head Trauma, and Actual Innocence: Getting It Right (April 30, 2012). 12 Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy 209; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1195.



URL iconAdversarial Inquisitions: Rethinking the Search for the Truth

Findley, Keith A., Adversarial Inquisitions: Rethinking the Search for the Truth (August 3, 2011). New York Law School Law Review, Vol. 56, No. 911, 2011-12; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1165.



URL iconDefining Innocence

Findley, Keith A., Defining Innocence (April 19, 2011). Albany Law Review, Forthcoming; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1158.



URL iconInnocence Protection in the Appellate Process

Findley, Keith A., Innocence Protection in the Appellate Process (May 11, 2010). Marquette Law Review, 2009; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1117.



URL iconTunnel Vision

Findley, Keith A., Tunnel Vision (May 11, 2010). CONVICTION OF THE INNOCENT: LESSONS FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH, B. Cutler, ed., APA Press, 2010 ; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1116.



URL iconToward a New Paradigm of Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges Crime Control and Due Process

Findley, Keith A., Toward a New Paradigm of Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges Crime Control and Due Process (January 2009). Texas Tech Law Review, January 2009; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1069.



pdf icon Wrongful Convictions

Author: Keith Findley

This is an entry in the Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law that describes the problem of wrongful convictions in the United States, and the psychological factors that can lead to flawed investigations and prosecutions.



URL iconInnocents at Risk: Adversary Imbalance, Forensic Science, and the Search for Truth

Findley, Keith A., Innocents at Risk: Adversary Imbalance, Forensic Science, and the Search for Truth. Seton Hall Law Review, Vol. 38, No. 893, 2008.



URL iconThe Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases

Findley, Keith A. and Scott, Michael S., The Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases. Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 2, 2006; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1023.



URL iconThe Pedagogy of Innocence: Reflections on the Role of Innocence Projects in Clinical Legal Education

Findley, Keith A., The Pedagogy of Innocence: Reflection on the Role of Innocence Projects in Clinical Legal Education. Clinical Law Review, Forthcoming; NYLS Clinical Research Institute Paper No. 06/07-5.



URL iconRediscovering the Lawyer School: Curriculum Reform in Wisconsin

Findley, Keith A., Rediscovering the Lawyer School: Curriculum Reform in Wisconsin (2006-2007). Wisconsin International Law Journal, Vol. 24, 2006-07; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1074.



pdf icon Learning from Our Mistakes: A Criminal Justice Commission to Study Wrongful Commissions

Author: Findley, Keith A.

Perhaps the most lasting significance of the DNA exoneration cases is the lessons they can teach about flaws in the criminal justice system. In the United States, however, little systematic inquiry is made into what went wrong following a wrongful conviction. This Article examines several models for structuring the inquiry into the flaws in the criminal justice system exposed by the DNA exonerations.



doc icon New Laws Reflect the Power and Potential ifDNA

Author: Findley, Keith A.

This Article summarizes and analyzes new Wisconsin laws providing for preserving and utilizing DNA evidence in criminal cases.



doc icon Taping Would Help Prevent Wrongful Convictions

Author: Findley, Keith A.

This guest column in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel makes the argument for electronic recording of custodial interrogations.



pdf icon Lessons from the Innocent

Author: Findley, Keith a., and John A. Pray

Each wrongful conviction teaches lessons about flaws in the criminal justice system. Christopher Ochoa's case is one such example, offering lessons about how interrogation tactics can produce false confessions, and about how racial factors can skew the proper functioning of the criminal justice system.



pdf icon Jail Credit for Time Spent Outside the Walls

Author: Findley, Keith A.

This Article analyzes recent case law that establishes rules for governing when prisoners are entitled to presentence credit for time spent in various types of non-traditional confinement or custody.



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