Chancellor's Professor, Psychology, Carleton University
Dr. Joanna Pozzulo is a Chancellor's Professor in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University, Canada. Her research aims to understand how memory in the context of witnessing crime differs across the lifespan with a focus on the young eyewitness. Her goal is to reduce wrongful conviction. Relatedly, she is interested in non-judicial factors that influence juror decision-making in the context of sexual assault.
Nov 25, 2022 14:44 pm UTC| Law
Blackstones ratio, developed by jurist William Blackstone, states that: Better that ten guilty persons escape than one innocent suffer. David Milgaard, Leighton Hay and Steven Truscott have all been wrongfully convicted...