The Conference brings together 30 inmates who were freed from death row because of innocence.
There are many references to members of the Gernet family in the "Testa de Nevill" and to the titles, lands and properties that they held.
Northwestern University holds the first-ever National Conference on Wrongful Convictions and the Death Penalty.
Prosecutor who strikes a disproportionate number of citizens of the same race in selecting a jury is required to rebut the inference of discrimination by showing neutral reasons for his or her strikes.
In addition, EVMS is well known for its leadership in community service and medical missions, as evidenced by faculty and alumni responsible for the founding of Operation Smile, Physicians for Peace, Global Brigades, and CONRAD.
In 1824, Thomas Jefferson remarked that Norfolk would be an ideal location for a medical school branch of his alma mater, The College of William & Mary, albeit for its less than desirable climate.