Medwed Helps Inmate Obtain Release on Parole While Claiming Innocence

In 2008, Professor Daniel Medwed published an article in the Iowa Law Review entitled the “Innocent Prisoner’s Dilemma: Consequences of Failing to Admit Guilt at Parole Hearings” that explores the conundrum that innocent prisoners face when confronting parole boards.  Medwed found that innocent prisoners typically must either “admit” guilt to increase the odds of a […]