Justice Miscarried: Inside Wrongful Convictions in CanadaBook - 2011
Former bank manager Ronald Dalton never got to watch his three young children grow up. In 1989 he was convicted for a crime that never happened. His wife, Brenda, was later ruled to have choked to death on breakfast cereal not strangled as a pathologist had initially claimed. Daltons daughter, Alison, was in kindergarten when he was charged with second-degree murder in 1988. He attended her high school graduation on June 26, 2000, two days after his conviction was finally overturned.<br> <br> Behind the proud faade of Canadas criminal justice system lie the shattered lives of the people unjustly caught within its web. <i>Justice Miscarried</i> tells the heartwrenching stories of twelve innocent Canadians, including David Milgaard,<br> Donald Marshall, Guy Paul Morin, Clayton Johnson, William Mullins-Johnson, and Thomas Sophonow, who were wrongly convicted and the errors in the nations justice system that changed their lives forever.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Dundurn, 2011
Characteristics: 232 p