Videos tagged with Theresa A. Newman

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss possible next steps following en banc Fourth Circuit's ruling on May 7 hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss key argument supporting Long's innocence: investigators intentionally withheld exculpatory evidence in violation of his constitutional rights.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty react after “virtually” presenting Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty thank students and supporters on their journey to Ronnie Long’s en banc hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss preparing to present Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 2017 symposium addresses the importance of considering intersecting gender, racial, and sexual identities while discussing the Black Lives Matter movement. The second panel of the four-day series is entitled Black Lives Matter in Prison.

    Panelists include Professor James Coleman of Duke Law School and Umar Muhammad of the Southern Coalition for Justice. The moderator is Duke Law Professor Theresa Newman.

    Co-sponsored by the Duke Journal on Gender Law & Policy and the Black Law Students Association.

  • Duke Law's Wrongful Convictions Clinic and the Innocence Project celebrated the hard-earned freedom of clinic client Howard Dudley. He was freed in early March 2016 after a judge ruled that he had no confidence in Dudley's 1992 trial. Dudley served 23 years in prison after his conviction for allegedly sexually assaulting his 9-year-old daughter. Additionally, the judge found that Dudley's daughter's recantation of the allegation was credible, and in fact no abuse occurred.

  • Massey addresses the media about his incarceration and release, with Wrongful Convictions Clinic co-directors James Coleman and Theresa Newman and two students who worked on the case Kim Kisabeth '07 and Emily Sauter '09.

    Recorded on May 27, 2010.

    Appearing: Shawn Massey, James Coleman (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law), Kim Kisabeth '07 and Emily Sauter '09.

  • Mr. James Burling, the Pacific Legal Foundation's Director of Litigation, and Duke Law's own Professor Theresa Newman will be joining the Federalist Society to talk about why they chose a public interest career. The Pacific Legal Foundation is the oldest and most successful public interest legal organization. PLF's litigation focuses on defending private property, promoting sensible environmental policies, and creating a nation in which people are judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. Mr.