Photographs and Labels: Against a Criminology of Innocence

University of Wollongong
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Journal Article
Law.Text.Culture, 2006, 10 pp. 19 - 40
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The American photographer Taryn Simon was inspired by the Innocence Project (which aims to acquit falsely convicted people by introducing evidence that was unavailable during their trial) to begin her own photographic project. Simons project explicitly scrutinises the role played by photography, especially its role in producing guilt from innocence, in the criminal justice system.
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