Incidences of wrongful conviction hit close to home right here in Saskatchewan as well as across the entire nation.
Experts claim “each miscarriage of justice, however, deals a blow to society’s confidence in the legal justice system” (Schmalleger, Volk, 2014, 131).
Wrongful conviction is an issue that has plagued the Canadian Justice System since it came to be.
It is an issue that is hard to sort out between horrific crimes and society’s desire to find truth and justice.
Professionals in the criminal justice field such as police, forensic analyst, and prosecutors must all be held accountable for their implications in wrongful convictions.
There are several reasons for wrongful convictions such as racial bias, false confessions, jailhouse Wrongful conviction is an issue that has plagued the Canadian Justice System since it came to be.
These two people were robbed of the majority of their lives and eventually gave money to one of them, but I was not able to waste time.
Although their life is innocent, they are interrupted in such a terrible way that they live in a nightmare they think they will not have an end Canadian wrong conviction, Guy Paul Moline of January 23, 1995, Gay Paul Moline was arrested, passed through a long-term criminal trial for 10 years, approved by Christina Jessop The murder of murder is not guilty.
Our government can not be held responsible for the death of innocent people.
Larry Fisher is led out of the Yorkton, Saskatchewan court house, on Saturday, November 20, 1999.