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Title: Political intelligence: The arson files - Belated justice?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Willingham Cameron Todd Texas Forensic Science Commission Perry Rick Texas State Fire Marshal Maldonado Paul Judicial error
Ref ID: 92858
 
Title: Innocence found: Why did Anthony Graves spend eighteen years behind bars--twelve of them on death row--for a crime he did not commit?
Authors: Colloff,Pamela
Source: Texas Monthly, Jan-11, 39 :1 ,pg 104- 109
Subjects: Graves Anthony Capital punishment Judicial error Sebesta Charles Siegler Kelly Casarez Nicole Parham Bill Hanak Otto Davis Alan Davis Keith
Ref ID: 90569
 
Title: Behind the lines: Life after death - Why we need a moratorium on the death penalty in Texas
Authors: Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, Jan-11, 39 :1 ,pg 10+-  
Subjects: Capital punishment Judicial error
Ref ID: 90608
 
Title: Political intelligence: Tyrant's foe - Undoing justice
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 7-Jan-11, 102 :23    
Subjects: Reaves Walter M.Jr Washington Calvin Judicial error Willingham Cameron Todd Graf Ed Horinek Warren
Additional Information: Should be v.103, no.1. Includes photograph.
Ref ID: 90636
 
Title: Culture: Book review - Legal lynching
Authors: May,Rachel Proctor
Source: Texas Observer, 6-May-11, 103 :8 ,pg 24-25-  
Subjects: Garland David Capital punishment (Book review) Judicial error (Book review)
Additional Information: Peculiar Institution: America's Death Penalty in an Age of Abolition by David Garland.
Ref ID: 91210
 
Title: Talk of Texas: Another exoneration
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 21-Jan-11, 102 :24    
Subjects: Dupree Cornelius Byrne Keven Watkins Craig Judicial error
Ref ID: 90527
 
Title: The burden of proof: When you believe someone you love is innocent, how do you prove it to the rest of the world?
Authors: Burke,Laura
Source: Texas Observer, 20-May-11, 103 :9 ,pg 6-12-  
Subjects: Legate James Garcia Yolanda Garcia Eddie San Antonio (Tex.) - Murder Judicial error McRae Sharon Maddox Marilyn
Ref ID: 91146
 
Title: Weird science: Testimony from forensic experts can be the most persuasive evidence presented at trial, but often juries don't realize that the analysis of hair, fire, and even fingerprints may not be so scientific. And as the story of Deputy Keith Pikett,
Authors: Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :5 ,pg 118- 123
Subjects: Forensic sciences Pikett Keith Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 273; Photographs by Adam Voorhes. Cases: 1-Keith Pikett's bloodhounds - Sally Blackwell murder (Victoria); 2-The Unscientific Method - Cameron Todd Willingham arson case; 3-"Every contact leaves its trace" - Origins of forensic science, and Ashley Est
Ref ID: 85057
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of injustice - Who gets wrongly convicted
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :6    
Subjects: Innocence Project Judicial error Willingham Cameron Todd Cole Tim
Additional Information: ID: 159; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85190
 
Title: Editor's letter: Tenacious P
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :10 ,pg 28-  
Subjects: Colloff Pamela Graves Anthony Judicial error Perry Rick Willingham Cameron Todd
Additional Information: ID: 268; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89614
 
Title: Culture: Left field - The guilty project
Authors: Smith,Tyler Stoddard
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :15 ,pg 25-  
Subjects: Judicial error Texas Forensic Science Commission Criminal investigation - Humor
Additional Information: ID: 175; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89629
 
Title: Editorial: Executing justice - A modest proposal to avoid future flawed executions
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :21    
Subjects: Capital punishment Jones Claude Willingham Cameron Todd Texas Forensic Science Commission Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 364; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89842
 
Title: Dead wrong: DNA evidence calls another execution into question--and spotlights flaws in Texas' death-penalty system
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :21 ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Capital punishment Jones Claude Jordan Timothy Dixon Kerry Daniel Bush George W Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 366; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90203
 
Title: Innocence lost: Since August 23, 1992, Anthony Graves has been behind bars for the gruesome murder of a family in Somerville. Thre was no clear motive, no physical evidence connecting him to the crime, and the only witness against him recanted, declaring
Authors: Colloff,Pamela
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :10 ,pg 108- 115
Subjects: Somerville (Tex.) - Crime Graves Anthony Davis family Carter Robert Sebesta Charles Judicial error Rueter Roy Allen Graves Doris Curry Arthur Brown Yolanda Mathis Casarez Nicole
Additional Information: ID: 285; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89328
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of justice - Was Claude Jones innocent?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :12    
Subjects: Jones Claude Judicial error Capital punishment
Additional Information: ID: 98; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89470
 
Title: A bloody injustice: Warren Horinek was a vicious drunk with a history of threatening his wife. But his conviction for murdering her was based on junk science--like thousands of others
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :15   11
Subjects: Murder Horinek Warren Judicial error Forensic sciences Bevel Tom Varnon Jim MacDopnell Herb Zannin Anita Reaves Walter
Additional Information: ID: 168; Bloodstain Pattern Analysis with an Introduction to Crime Scene Reconstruction by Tom Bevel.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89475
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of injustice - Tim Cole's legacy
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :16    
Subjects: Cole Tim Judicial error Forensic sciences - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 182; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89476
 
Title: Session snapshot: Justice deferred
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :13 ,pg 18-  
Subjects: Judicial error Cole Timothy
Additional Information: ID: 1916; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80057
 
Title: Burn patterns
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :22    
Subjects: Arson Severns Curtis Graf Ed Guardiola Alfredo Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 977; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79647
 
Title: Letter from Midland: Separated at death - Ernest Willis and Cameron Todd Willingham had a lot in common: same crime, same sentence, same questions about the forensic science that convicted them. The main difference? Willis is still alive
Authors: Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, 2009, 37 :12 ,pg 90+-  
Subjects: Willis Ernest Willingham Cameron Todd Arson Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 1030; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80680
 
Title: Commentary: Innocence deferred
Authors: Spencer,Suzy
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :4 ,pg 23-  
Subjects: Cole Timothy Innocence Project of Texas Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 1646; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81561
 
Title: Political intelligence: Reeling in the years: An Innocence Project homecoming
Authors: Tyer,Brad
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :7    
Subjects: Innocence Project of Texas Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 2023; Innocence Network Conference at the South Texas College of Law (Houston).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81655
 
Title: 'I was just a junkie': Did a false confession and faulty arson science land Alfredo Guadiola in prison for 19 years and counting?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :19   14
Subjects: Guardiola Alfredo Judicial error Houston (Tex.) - Crime Arson
Additional Information: ID: 75; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81011
 
Title: Political intelligence: Justice deferred - Will Texas tackle wrongful convictions?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :20    
Subjects: Criminal justice Administration of Judicial error Cole Timothy Macha Barry Gallego Pete
Additional Information: ID: 936; Tim Cole Advisory Panel on Wrongful Convictions.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81014
 
Title: Victim of circumstance? Ed Graf was sentenced to life for burning his two young stepsons alive. Two decades later, science may exonerate him
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :11 ,pg 18- 22
Subjects: Graf Ed Judicial error
Additional Information: ID: 1774; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81025
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