Jennifer E. Laurin
90 Texas L. Rev. 1473
In Jennifer E. Laurin’s book review, Still Convicting the Innocent, she discusses Brandon L. Garrett’s Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong. She starts by giving a brief overview of Convicting the Innocent, and identifies and contextualizes the book’s major contributions to the extant literature on wrongful convictions. She later discusses several ways in which the book, though a significant and important effort, falls short of fulfilling certain aspects of its descriptive and prescriptive agendas.