The Texas Tech Law Review’s latest edition is focused on innocence and the death penalty. Among the articles included, are, “Presumed Guilty: A Death Row Exoneree Shares His Story of Supreme Injustice and Reflections on the Death Penalty,” by Juan Roberto Melendez; “Toward a New Paradigm of Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges Crime Control and Due Process,” by Keith A. Findley; “The Role of the Innocence Argument in Contemporary Death Penalty Debates,” by Michael Radelet; and “What Price Justice? The Importance of Costs to Eyewitness Identification Reform,” by Sandra Guerra Thompson.

(41 Texas Tech Law Review __ (2008)). See Innocence and Law Reviews.