(Re)Considering Criminal Cases with Hawaii’s Innocence Project – Kenneth Lawson
Ken Lawson is the Co-Director of the Hawai‘i Innocence Project and an Associate Faculty Specialist at the William S. Richardson Law School where he teaches Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Professional Responsibility; Evidence; and, the Hawai‘i Innocence Project, a teaching legal clinic. In this episode, he shares his criminal trial expereince in Ohio, his work with the judiciary’s juvenile drug court program, and the state supreme court’s mandatory professionalism program.
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