The Psychology of Wrongful Convictions
November 24, 2017
Symposium on Miscarriages of Justice
Venue: Centre for Crime Policy & Research, Flinders University, Adelaide
Unjust imprisonment is a crime against humanity
Eve spoke about the Psychology of Wrongful Convictions at the Second Symposium of Miscarriages of Justice in Adelaide.
After eight years working on Sue Neill-Fraser’s case, Eve discussed the emotional costs to victims of injustice, friends and family, pro-bono legal teams and justice hunters seeking the truth. Eve explained how tunnel vision is contagious and leads to cascading errors, bias, inferior police investigations, lost leads, mistakes taken for facts and problematic court cases. Eve hope to improve our justice system through education and scrutiny.