Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Video now available of the "Fairbanks 4: Lessons Learned from Alaska's First Exoneration" - a National Criminal Justice Month program

The video of "The Fairbanks 4: Lessons Learned from Alaska's First Exoneration" is now available.  The live program was held March 9, 2016 at the UAA/APU Consortium Library.

The Alaska Innocence Project and the Office of Public Advocacy spearheaded the effort to exonerate the Fairbanks 4. Two of the lawyers involved in the case, as well as a forensic scientist who provided expert testimony, were panelists for this program.

Rick Allen, Director, Office of Public Advocacy
Lesley Hammer, Forensic Scientist, Hammer Forensics
Bill Oberly, Executive Director, Alaska Innocence Project
Moderator: Dr. Troy Payne, Justice Center

This program is part of 2016 National Criminal Justice Month. This event was sponsored by the Justice Center, the Pre-Law Society, the Justice Club, and the Alaska Innocence Project.