The Center for Justice and Law presents Wrongful Convictions: Race, Culture, and Poverty Friday, October 4th 12:30 - 4:30 pm at Hamline University Anderson Center.
Come hear the experiences of Julie Jonas from the Innocence Project of Minnesota and Koua Fong Lee, who was wrongly convicted of killing three people in 2006 in the Twin Cities. This event will examine the role of race, culture, and poverty in contributing to wrongful convictions. Registration begins at 12:30pm. Continuing education credit is available for select boards. If you would like to receive credit, please purchase a continuing education ticket.