Learning in Criminal Justice: Small Cases, Big Lessons

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James Doyle

James Doyle

When criminal justice fails in a spectacular way—for example, in a wrongful conviction discovered after an innocent man has served 20 years—people find it easy to see the point of using the model employed by the National Transportation Safety Board: investigate the event and see if we can learn some lessons.
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