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PI’s Declassified!

PI’s Declassified!

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January 15th 2015:The Gift of Exoneration: Julie Baumer

It is difficult to imagine shaking a baby so hard to cause death or serious injury. In 2005, Julie Baumer was convicted of child abuse resulting from the injuries to her 6-week-old nephew while in her care. The prosecution case centered around Shaken Baby Syndrome, however, other causes were not explored by either the prosecution or Julie’s defense attorney. She was sentenced to 10-15 years. Tune in to hear Julie, along with Professor David Moran and Heather Kirkwood discuss what went wrong and what actually happened to baby Phillipp.

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Julie Baumer

The criminal case against Julie Baumer centers on debunking the myths about Shaken Baby Syndrome. Julie was convicted in 2005 of 1st degree child abuse stemming from injuries sustained by her infant nephew while he was under her care and sentenced to 10-15 years in prison. On appeal, Julie’s conviction was overturned after the baby’s brain scan revealed he suffered a stroke. Julie was released from prison in 2009, but the prosecution appealed to both the Michigan Court of Appeals & the Michigan Supreme Court but was denied. Then Julie was tried a second time. After a lengthy re-trial, experts left no doubt that abuse did not cause the child's injuries. The jury found Julie not guilty a
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Professor David Moran

Professor David Moran earned his BS in physics at the University of Michigan; a BA, MA, and a CAS in mathematics at Cambridge University; an MS in theoretical physics at Cornell University; and a JD, magna cum laude, at Michigan Law. He was named Upperclass Professor of the Year each of 8 years while teaching at Wayne State, named Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly Lawyer of the Year, and was co-recipient of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan Justice for All Award. He has argued six times before the U.S. Supreme Court and currently teaches courses in criminal law & criminal procedure at Michigan Law. In 2009, Professors David Moran and Bridget McCormack launched the Michigan Innocence C
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Heather Kirkwood

Heather Kirkwood graduated from Harvard Law School with honors, practiced as a senior Federal Trade Commission attorney, and has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in major private litigation involving securities fraud, RICO & antitrust claims. She works pro bono on actual innocence cases involving shaken baby syndrome, abusive head trauma, and other medical misdiagnoses of child abuse. She reviews cases, evaluates medical evidence, advises attorneys, and occasionally represents parents or caretakers unjustly accused or convicted. Two of her habeas petitions led to reversals of the convictions and coverage by major media, including the New York Times Magazine, Frontli
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