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3/26/09 The Faces of Innocence

A Panel Offering Various Perspectives on the Role of Prosecutors in Revisiting Past Convictions

Co-hosted by the American Constitution Society, the New England Innocence Project, the New England Law | Boston Chapter of the American Constitution Society, the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, and the Center for Law and Social Responsibility


  • Alison Douglass, Esq.: partner in Goodwin Procter’s Litigation Department and a member of its Securities Litigation and SEC Enforcement Practice

Keynote Speaker:

  • Craig Watkins, Esq.: Criminal District Attorney for Dallas County, Texas



  • Daniel F. Conley, Esq.: Suffolk County District Attorney
  • Dennis Maher: exonerated after 19 years in prison; he was represented by NEIP attorneys and the Innocence Project in New York
  • David M. Siegel, Esq.: Professor at New England law | Boston, prior senior assistant public defender for the Office of the Metropolitan Public Defender in Nashville, Tennessee

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