Williams, Marian

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Wrongful Convictions: Reasons, Remedies, and Case Studies 2014 18870 Previous literature has indicated that wrongful conviction is estimated to occur in about 1 to 5 percent of all convictions in the United States. Wrongful conviction is defined as the conviction of a factually innocent person. In order for the char...
Mapping Transgressions: The Road To Privacy 2016 1075 Recent developments in technology, Supreme Court case law, and state legislation have created a conundrum of what used to be a somewhat simple application of the law regarding privacy rights and the Fourth Amendment. Technology may have outpaced juri...
A Study Of Human Trafficking: Within The United States And Abroad 2017 386 Human trafficking is a dishonorable and lucrative business, with numerous laws and definitions aimed to combat the crime. Prosecutions and identification of a trafficking case are extremely difficult for law enforcement personnel, due to the ambiguit...
Taking It To The Courts: Voter Identification Laws In North Carolina 2017 641 For over two-hundred years, the United States of America has personified itself as a world-wide protector of democracy and equality. Yet, at home, the United States has struggled to protect its own citizens’ basic democratic right -- the right to vot...