Preface and Acknowledgements.
Prelude: Approaches to Innocence Reform.
1: An Introduction to Innocence Reform.
2: The Public Policy Process and Innocence Reform.
3: The Role of the Media and Public Opinion on Innocence Reform: Past and Future.
4: An Etiology of Wrongful Convictions: Error, Safety, and Forward-Looking Accountability in Criminal Justice.
5: Innocent Defendants: Divergent Case Outcomes and What They Teach Us.
Institutions of Innocence Reform.
6: The Innocence Movement, the Innocence Network, and Policy Reform.
7: Exoneree Initiatives and Innocence Reform: Witness to Innocence.
Changing the Criminal Justice System.
Police Investigation and Wrongful Convictions.
8: Policies, Procedures, and the Police: An Assessment of Wrongful Conviction Risk in Nebraska.
9: The Detective and Wrongful Conviction.
Forensic Science's Reform Agenda.
10: The Innocence Crisis and Forensic Science Reform.
Prosecution Reactions to Innocence.
11: Conviction Integrity Units: Toward Prosecutorial Self-Regulation?.
12: Public Defense in an Age of Innocence: The Innocence Paradigm and the Challenges of Representing the Accused.
New Models of Adjudication and Appeal.
13: Investigative Procedure and Post-Conviction Review: Resetting Incentives to Separate the Innocent from the Guilty.
New Models for Establishing Innocence Post-Conviction.
14: The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission: Catching Cases that Fall through the Cracks.
Death Penalty Directions.
15: Deadly Errors and Salutary Reforms: The Kill that Cures?.
16: Exoneree Compensation: Current Policies and Future Outlook.
17: Epilogue: The Prospects for Innocence Reform.
18: Contributor Biographies.