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She was tried, convicted, her conviction reversed and then she was acquitted at retrial, all in a short time.The case against Mary is a good example of false or misleading forensic evidence, perjury or false accusation.
A second look at the processes that led to these miscarriages of justice is essential, because unless we learn from our mistakes, we will continue to repeat them.
In 2002, Drayton Witt of Maricopa County, Arizona, was found guilty of shaking his infant son to death.
In the intervening 12 years, doctors have learned that ongoing medical problems like Steven’s can account for the retinal and subdural bleeding they used to assume was caused by shaking, or by shaking and blows to the head.
"The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie -- deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic.
Belief in myths allows the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought." ~ John F.
His 2006 conviction was thrown out because the trial judge refused to provide him funds to hire an expert.
In 2007, when 4-month-old Lincoln Wilber died in her care, Jennifer Hancock of Verona, WI quickly became authorities' only suspect. Michael Stier, who performed Lincoln's autopsy, testified the baby's subdural hematoma Medical experts reviewing evidence in the 2007 death of 4-month-old Lincoln Wilber disagree about what may have caused the infant to become unresponsive while in the care of his provider, Jennifer Hancock.
Now, those X-rays, previously unknown to Melissa Calusinski’s defense lawyers at trial, form a central part of a petition filed in court Tuesday asking a judge to overturn the conviction of Calusinski, now 28, or grant her a new trial.testified that there could have been a medical reason for the child's injuries, and whatever happened to the infant occurred three to seven days earlier.
This was the first loss for the prosecution's expert, has found Peter Ranke not guilty of shaking and injuring his newborn baby, sharply criticizing a doctor at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for mishandling the investigation into the child's injuries.
She was sentenced to 32 years in prison for "shaking" the infant.
Matthew's pediatric records, however, show he had sickle cell trait and external hydrocephalus, factors not considered by the state's expert -- factors which could cause the child's death in precisely the manner it occurred. In yet another case that should never have been charged, Michael Hansen of Alexandria, MN, convicted of killing his infant daughter in 2004, has won a new trial. : Ramsey County, MN is investigating the work of Dr.
Aspelin, who was accused of causing the death of his infant son, had one thing in his favor: He had enough money to pay for medical experts who cast doubt on the prosecution's theory.