Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2009, $566,980)
The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission (Commission) was established to investigate and evaluate post-conviction claims of actual innocence. The Commission is authorized to review North Carolina felony convictions where (1) the individual asserts complete factual innocence and (2) there exists credible, verifiable evidence of innocence, which was not presented at trial or considered during post-conviction proceedings ('new' evidence).
- A Multi-Site Randomized Controlled Trial of an Enhanced Field Training Officer Program: An Analysis of Administrative Outcomes and Community Interactions
- Assessing the impact of treatment quality, matching and dosage on juvenile justice outcomes among a statewide sample of youth with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders
- Development of a colorimetric breath analyzer for THC