DNA testing is playing a major factor in today's criminal justice system
March 11, 2003
DNA testing is playing a major factor in today's criminal justice system. It has opened a window into wrongful convictions and provided the opportunity to study the causes and propose remedies that may minimize the chances of more innocent people being convicted. On Wednesday, March 12, Georgia Innocence Project Director Aimee Maxwell will speak regarding the mission and work of the project. The Georgia Innocence Project handles cases where postconviction DNA testing can yield conclusive proof of innocence. The lecture will start at 3:30 p.m. in Classroom A at the School of Law. For more information, please contact the Legal Aid and Defender Clinic's Russell Gabriel at 706-369-6440.
Office of Communications and Public Relations, "DNA testing is playing a major factor in today's criminal justice system" (2003). Press Releases. 196.