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"Channeling Freire: Theory Meets Praxis in a Wrongful Conviction Course and Live Client Clinical Innocence Project"

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This essay discusses a critical pedagogical model used in a social science Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice to teach students how to deconstruct wrongful convictions through post-mortem case review and scholarly analysis of the known causes. This model has been successfully implemented in two parts. First, there is an upper-division course on Wrongful Conviction. Through extensive reading of books and law review and social science journal articles, films, speakers, and preliminary case study analysis, students are exposed to the primary causes of wrongful conviction and policy initiatives directed at generating systemic remedies. The second part of this transformative justice pedagogical model is implementation of a live client clinical Innocence Project (IP). Students who participate as investigators with the project must have completed the Wrongful Conviction course. Next, students are either recruited in to the project or apply to participate. Because there is no affiliated law school, the university-based IP must network with area criminal defense lawyers, private investigators, and forensic pathologists. Through case investigation on post-conviction review, students implement the praxis component of Freire’s critical pedagogy model.
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Schehr, Robert. ""Channeling Freire: Theory Meets Praxis in a Wrongful Conviction Course and Live Client Clinical Innocence Project"" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, Georgia, <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p200249_index.html>

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Schehr, R. ""Channeling Freire: Theory Meets Praxis in a Wrongful Conviction Course and Live Client Clinical Innocence Project"" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, Georgia <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p200249_index.html

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Abstract: This essay discusses a critical pedagogical model used in a social science Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice to teach students how to deconstruct wrongful convictions through post-mortem case review and scholarly analysis of the known causes. This model has been successfully implemented in two parts. First, there is an upper-division course on Wrongful Conviction. Through extensive reading of books and law review and social science journal articles, films, speakers, and preliminary case study analysis, students are exposed to the primary causes of wrongful conviction and policy initiatives directed at generating systemic remedies. The second part of this transformative justice pedagogical model is implementation of a live client clinical Innocence Project (IP). Students who participate as investigators with the project must have completed the Wrongful Conviction course. Next, students are either recruited in to the project or apply to participate. Because there is no affiliated law school, the university-based IP must network with area criminal defense lawyers, private investigators, and forensic pathologists. Through case investigation on post-conviction review, students implement the praxis component of Freire’s critical pedagogy model.

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