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The media, new technology and the rise of citizen journalism places pressure on police and the courts. Professor Robert Feldman and Eve Ash discuss how sometimes prosecutors and judges are unwilling to apologize over a wrongful conviction, while others despite contrary evidence persist in their own versions of the truth. Professor Feldman attributes this to some people being unwilling to accept they were wrong. True crime podcasts like the Making of a Murder allow more people to pursue and find new truth angles.

Even with media involvement and new technology, truth can be difficult to establish because:

  • Film can portray an event ambiguously
  • When people are shown up, they don't necessarily apologize
  • Some persist with a wrongful accusation, despite contrary evidence
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Legal / Financial
Psychology/Mental Health
Release Date
Jan 1, 2020
Video Running Time (minutes)
3:02
Featured Talent
Eve Ash
Professor Robert Feldman
Course ID
INSIGHT914

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