Wrongful Convictions in Washington State
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
William W. Philip Hall
1918 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Save the Date to join us for the latest in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences' Community Engagement Forums focusing on Wrongful Convictions in Washington State. The panelists will discuss recent cases of wrongful conviction here in WA (4 exonerations since 2008) focusing on the general factors that contributed to these wrongful convictions as well as what can be done to minimize future risk including procedural and legislative changes (modeled after what other states and local municipalities have already enacted). The forum will consist of a panel discussion followed by Q&A.
Alan Northrop, Washington State Exoneree
Jacqueline McMurtrie, Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Law
Stephen Ross, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington Tacoma
Mark Lindquist, Pierce County Prosecutor
Lara Zarowsky, Policy Staff Attorney, Innocence Project Northwest at the UW School of Law
Moderated by KPLU Law and Justice Correspondent, Paula Wissel
Read more about this event in UWT’s Fast Track E-Newsletter
There is no cover charge for this event but registration is required.
This forum is brought to you by the Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences program, the Social Work program, the Diversity Resource Center, the UW School of Law, and the Office of Advancement with support from UWT’s Arts & Lecture Fund.For more information, contact Stephen Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org