Prof. Adele Bernhard contributes a perspective on the Central Park Jogger case in The New York Times

The “Room for Debate” column in “The New York Times” explores many of the issues surrounding the Central Park Jogger case including the civil rights suit brought against New York City by the five men whose convictions were overturned. Pace Law School Professor Adele Bernhard, the Director of the Post-Conviction Project at Pace Law, provides a lawyer’s perspective, one of five opinions featured in the column “Room for Debate.”

“By refusing to take responsibility for this miscarriage of justice, the police department loses the opportunity to learn from its mistakes,” writes Prof. Bernhard.

To read the column, click here. To learn more about the Criminal Justice Clinic’s Post-Conviction Project, click here.

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