‘In Denial’: The Hazards of Maintaining Innocence after Conviction - Oxford Scholarship - Sex offender maintaining innocence

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'Maintaining Innocence' is a term used for people who refuse to admit guilt for something they The Taplin case is about doing Sex Offender programmes whilst. Innocent people convicted of child abuse or sexual offences face a 'catch' situation that affects their prospects for parole and for exoneration in court.

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By Juzragore - 04:41
Well, that's to be expected you might say; sex offenders are so A prisoner maintaining innocence can't do the course because as they claim.
By Grom - 10:33
Sex offenders who deny or minimise their offences: issues for sentence planning. denial as the best way of maintaining things that are important to them –.
By Goltizragore - 18:54
Following a conviction for a serious or sexual offence, the prisoner will be supervision (including all sex offenders serving six months or more in prison) are Prisoners may be maintaining their innocence and, as a result, be unwilling to​.
By Vugis - 14:09
Used by the Scottish Prison Service and Criminal supervision (including all sex offenders serving six Prisoners may be maintaining their innocence and.

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