Kaplan University Cj266-Wrongful Convictions and the Utilization Eyewitness Accounts

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In our society today many innocent people have been sent to jail on false identification by victims or witnesses. We will be identifying the ethical issues within the field of criminal investigation as applied to wrongful conviction based upon tainted or faulty line-ups. Addressing the ethical responsibilities of law enforcement in their requirements for fairness and responsibility to ensure there are no wrongful convictions based upon false identification.

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Unit 8: Wrongful Convictions and the Utilization Eyewitness Accounts Kaplan UniversityProfessor Janice WaltonCJ266-03: Deviance and Violence 12/5/2013In our society today many innocent people have been sent to jail on false identification by victims or witnesses. We will be identifying the ethical issues within the field of criminal investigation as applied to wrongful conviction based upon tainted or faulty line-ups. Addressing the ethical responsibilities of law enforcement in their requirements for fairness and responsibility to ensure there are no wrongful convictions based upon fals

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