DETERMINING INNOCENCE IN DEATH
While completing my undergraduate degree, I took a course in Forensic Linguistics, a class that counted towards my minor in composition and which looked at the use of language of crime 1).
My final project involved examining the death row statements of people who had been executed, half of whom had been deemed innocent posthumously 2).
Read the article here.
A poster was also created for this project, which can be viewed in PDF form here.