California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice
The California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice was created by the California State Senate in 2004 to “study and review the administration of criminal justice in California, to determine the extent to which that process has failed in the past” and to examine safeguards and improvements. The Commission completed its work on June 30, 2008 in Sacramento by delivering a report on the fair administration of the death penalty in California to the Legislature and the Governor.
Kathleen M. Ridolfi, Maurice Possley, and Northern California Innocence Project
Preventable Error: A Report on Prosecutorial Misconduct in California 1997–2009 is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, quantitative and actionable study on the extent of prosecutorial misconduct in California, how the justice system identifies and addresses it, and its cost and consequences, including the wrongful conviction of innocent people. By shining a light on prosecutorial conduct, this groundbreaking research, the work of leading experts in the field from the highly respected legal resource, NCIP, will serve as a catalyst for reform.
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