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"MSN" featured Pace 2019 Law School graduate in "Exonerated of murder, Jeffrey Deskovic graduates from law school"

It seems both improbable and inevitable that Jeffrey Deskovic would be among the 2019 graduates of Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law. 

The legal system destroyed Deskovic's life. At 17, he was found guilty of the rape and murder of a classmate, crimes he didn't commit.

Then lawyers saved him. After years of rejections, the Innocence Project won a recheck of DNA evidence that was matched to the real killer. 

On Monday, May 13, Deskovic is expected to receive his juris doctor at age 45. He acknowledges that he still has to pass the bar, but Deskovic is ready for his new chapter.

"Law school increases opportunities for advocacy," Deskovic said.

Since his release in September 2006, Deskovic has finished a bachelor's degree, earned a master's degree in criminal justice and started the Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation For Justice, which has helped exonerate seven people and successfully advocated for justice reforms. 

The student has also frequently been the educator: He has spoken about his own case and wrongful conviction in general at various venues, including to judges; and he has advocated for various legal reforms through legislation.

With the law degree, Deskovic said, he can do even more.

"I was tired of sitting in the front row" of the courtroom gallery, Deskovic said. "It wasn't enough anymore." 

Pace University Professor Bennett Gershman, a national expert on prosecutorial misconduct, advocated for Deskovic to attend law school there.

"Jeff's brought incredible value to our students and faculty," Gershman said in his third-floor office at Pace. "How can you not see this young man as a hero?"

Robin Frankel, a Legal Aid Society lawyer and Pace adjunct professor, expressed similar admiration. She first met Deskovic when he was a first-year student.

"I couldn't believe how lucky the school was to have him," Frankel said.

She later led continuing legal education courses for lawyers and judges with Deskovic, which they called Tips for Lawyers from an Exonerated Man in Law School.

"I have gotten so much feedback from so many people that it was one of the best CLEs," she said of the mandatory courses that most attorneys grouse about.

When Deskovic recalls his story in a class, during a TEDx talk, or in casual conversation, he offers a nearly dispassionate recitation of what he faced. But the facts alone can leave the listener transfixed. 

The real criminal

The case of Jeffrey Deskovic spread injustice to everyone it touched.

Angela Correa, a Peekskill 15-year-old, was slain on Nov. 15, 1989. 

Deskovic, a classmate at Peekskill High School, was 16. And police quickly took notice of him.

He was an awkward kid. Police found it suspicious that Deskovic had attended all three wakes for Correa and was observed crying and distraught over her death, according to a report ordered by the Westchester District Attorney after Deskovic's exoneration.

Officers picked him up and interrogated him for hours. He wasn't offered food, or legal representation. They administered a lie detector test and told him it proved his guilt. Then they told him to admit it and he could go free. 

That false confession, from a terrified teen, became the centerpiece of the trial.

An alibi witness wasn't called. Deskovic, on the advice of his lawyer, didn't take the stand in his own defense. Prosecutorial explanations for why Deskovic's DNA didn't match what was found on the victim went unchallenged.  

"My defense attorney was terrible," Deskovic recalled. 

A jury convicted Deskovic, then 17, of rape and murder in 1990. He was subsequently sentenced to 16 years to life. At that point, he was still a sophomore in high school.

Deskovic maintained his innocence at every step. He tried several avenues to challenge, and was turned down at various turns.

Finally, Innocence Project took up his cause, but it took the intake worker three tries to get the nonprofit to fight for him. That intake worker, Maggie Taylor, is now graduating from Columbia Law School and the two are holding a joint graduation party Monday in White Plains. 

At the Innocence Project's behest, Janet DiFiore, who was the Westchester distirct attorney at the time, approved running DNA in 2006 from the Correa case through the state databank. The true perpetrator was discovered: Steven Cunningham, an inmate in Eastern Correctional Facility in Ulster County.

Then came the worst revelation: Cunningham had killed again. He was doing time for the slaying of Peekskill teacher Patricia Morrison in April 1993.

Deskovic said he has met with both the Correa and Morrison families, but he believes it is too hard for them to see him and be reminded of the loss and injustice. 

Angela Correa is buried at Assumption Cemetery in Cortlandt. So is Deskovic's grandmother. Each time he visits his grandmother's grave, Deskovic said, he pays his respects to Angela.

"So many victims in this case," he reflected as he walked down East Tremont Avenue in the Bronx on a cloudy day. "The worst happened to her."

Pirro, Sotomayor roles

Deskovic remembers those who let him down, including Jeanine Pirro, the former district attorney who repeatedly declined to re-run DNA that led to Deskovic's exoneration.

Pirro is now the star of "Justice With Judge Jeanine" on Fox News.

"It bothers me to see Jeanine Pirro on television touting herself as a champion of justice who believes in due process," Deskovic said. "Where was she and where is she still on wrongful convictions?" 

A request for comment from Pirro garnered no response.  

Deskovic also was sidelined by a 1997 federal Court of Appeals ruling after his filing was four days late, due to bad information supplied by the court. One of the two judges to reject his appeal was Sonia Sotomayor, now a U.S. Supreme Court justice. Deskovic said he lacks confidence that Sotomayor will step in to ensure such cases like his get a hearing on the high court, the last chance for many to prove their evidence. Sotomayor did not respond to a request for comment.

Even DiFiore, who ordered the testing that led to the exoneration and a full review of his case, does not escape criticism. She's now chief judge of the Court of Appeals and the State of New York, the top spot in the state justice system.

"Judge DiFiore did the right thing for me," Deskovic said. But, "her body of work on wrongful convictions begins and ends with my case."

DiFiore's office wished Deskovic well "as he will now sit for the bar exam and then on to a legal career of high purpose." 

Restoring foundation

Deskovic hopes his law credentials will add credibility to his foundation, which he formed in 2013.

The Deskovic Foundation was set up with a portion of settlement funds he received from Peekskill, and Westchester and Putnam counties for their roles in his wrongful conviction.

Deskovic admits he didn't know what went into running a nonprofit. "I thought because my name was on the door, nobody could question our authenticity," Deskovic said. "Donors would write checks and it would be great."

That didn't happen. Even though the foundation is scaled back — it's now operating out of a second-floor room in a Bronx building — "we had an impact," Deskovic said.

Deskovic and the foundation advocated for recent successful legislation that includes discovery reform, which demands the prosecution turn over information early on to the defense; mandatory video of interrogation for certain crimes; the establishment of a Commission on Prosecutorial Misconduct

And prisoners seeking exoneration continue to contact them. There are now 600 "raw" cases in files waiting to be screened. Then there is a "waiting-waiting" list of prisoners who want to send their file for review.

The foundation continues to review cases, albeit slowly. If he and the volunteers find a case in which they believe a person is innocent — and they see a way to prove it — they find a lawyer who will take the case pro bono. The foundation has 11 active cases.

Deskovic is clearly uncomfortable with the wait, but he's not ready to say no to all. "I know what it's like to be on the other side of waiting." 

The plan now, Deskovic said, is to restructure the foundation with a strong fundraising infrastructure and professional staff then relaunch it. Reflecting on the successes of the foundation, he added, "if we can get these kind of results with a shoestring budget, imagine what we could do." 

Deskovic, though, is no sucker for a sob story.

"We try to be even keeled," he said. "There are plenty of cases we say no to because we think they're guilty." 

He met plenty in prison. "Were there people inside who I would never want to see out? Yeah, of course."

But he's also seen redemption.

"I've met people in prison who were different than what they were," he said. "Model prisoners."

He doesn't believe there is anything to be gained by keeping people in prison forever.

Meanwhile, Deskovic knows that raising his own profile will pay off with support for his advocacy work and foundation. He is thinking about a book, or movie or maybe a docu-series that recounts his story: "As goes my name, as goes the cause," he said.

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City & State featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Jim Fishman in "Why the Trump Foundation settlement was so unusual"

12/10/19

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LoHud featured Cindy Kanusher, executive director of the Pace Women’s Justice Center in "'Familicide' committed overwhelmingly by men: It's all about power and control"

12/10/19

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"The Gazette" featured Pace University in "Charge!" Pace unveils 'Solar Tree'"

12/06/19

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"Washington Times" featured Pace University graduate Sydney Mesher in "Dancer born with one hand makes Radio City Rockettes history"

12/06/19

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"Atlanta Journal Constitution" featured performing arts alumn Sydney Mesher in "Rockettes hire first dancer with a visible disability"

12/06/19

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"Technical.ly" featured Pace University’s Lubin School of Business student Sasha ​Ariel Alston in "Preparing girls to be creators, not just users, of technology"

12/06/19

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"Brennan Center" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Another Trump Official’s Attack on Reformist Prosecutors Fails"

12/05/19

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"KCRW" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Giuliani, Nunes and '-1,': A Look At What The Impeachment Report Phone Records Mean"

12/05/19

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"Broadway World" featured musical theatre student Samantha Williams in "Photo Flash: Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts November Events"

12/05/19

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"Law.com" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in "Amid Dips at the Top, Most New York Law Schools See Rise in Bar Pass Rates"

12/05/19

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"The Atlantic" featured criminal justice student Gianna Sorrentino in "How Do You Do, Fellow Kids?"

12/05/19

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"Newsday" featured Pace alumn Sydney Mesher in "Radio City Rockette Sydney Mesher makes history as troupe's first dancer with visible disability"

12/05/19

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"Contemporary Clinic" featured College of Health Professions' clinical professor Jean Covino and clinical professor Jennifer Hofmann's piece "What Is the Best Outpatient Treatment for CAP in Adults?"

12/04/19

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"Diverse Issues in Higher Education" featured Lubin School of Business Dr. Larry Chiagouris in "Study Focused on Millennial’s Perceptions of Their College Education"

12/04/19

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"NY Times" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Nunes, Top Intelligence Panel Republican, Had Frequent Contact With Giuliani, Call Records Show"

12/04/19

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"Spaces 4 Learning" featured Pace University in "Pace University Unveils ‘Solar Tree’ Funded by Con Edison Grant"

12/03/19

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"Salon" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Prosecutor who aided Giuliani’s hunt for damaging details on Biden fired in anti-corruption purge"

12/03/19

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Press Release: Pace University Students Make History with Win in National Federal Reserve Challenge

12/02/19

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"Newsweek" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Trump is implicating Rudy Giuliani in the Ukraine bribery conspiracy"

12/02/19

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"Politico" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Justice’s election-year conundrum: How to probe team Trump"

12/02/19

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"MSNBC" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Trump learned of whistleblower complaint before releasing Ukraine aid"

12/02/19

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"Mic" featured psychology associate professor Leora Trub in "Sad culture normalizes mental illness. But does it also glamorize it?"

12/02/19

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"Wallethub" featured Pace University's Lubin School of Business Professor Paul Kurnit in "Ask the experts: Paul Kurnit"

12/02/19

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"Law.com" featured The Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Brooklyn DA Gonzalez Receives Robert S. Tucker Prize"

12/02/19

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"NY Daily News" featured Pace University's associate professor of criminal justice and security Kimberly Collica-Cox in "Jailed NY mothers learning parenting and coping skills from therapy dogs"

12/02/19

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"Patch" featured Pace University Students, Faculty and Staff in "Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon Raises Over $11,000 for Maria Fareri"

11/26/19

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Press Release: ELISABETH HAUB SCHOOL OF LAW AT PACE UNIVERSITY AWARDS THE ROBERT S. TUCKER PRIZE FOR PROSECUTORIAL EXCELLENCE TO BROOKLYN DISTRICT ATTORNEY ERIC GONZALEZ

11/26/19

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"Law and Crime" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Subpoenas Related to Giuliani’s Business and Associates Suggest Probe of ‘Very Long List of Serious Crimes’"

11/26/19

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"The Journal News" featured Pace University's performing arts alumna Emily King in "Keeping the Radio City Rockettes on their toes, with help from Westchester"

11/26/19

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"U.S. News and World Report" featured the College of Health Professions assistant professor and founding director of the Nutrition and Dietetics Program Christen Cupples Cooper in "9 Healthy Holiday Snacks"

11/25/19

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"Patch" featured Pace University in "Pace University Unveils "Solar Tree" Funded by Con Edison Grant"

11/25/19

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"Stock Daily Dish" featured Lubin's marketing professor Larry Chiagouris in "MasterCard dropping its name from logo"

11/25/19

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"NBC" featured Dyson assistant professor of communication studies Aditi Paul in "Los Angeles Ranks Top 10 in List of "Best Cities for Singles""

11/25/19

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"NY1" featured criminal justice professor Dr. Darrin Porcher in "NYPD to Begin Implementing New Policy of Releasing Body Camera Footage"

11/25/19

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"News12" featured Dyson's history professor Dr. Durahn Taylor in "Pace presidential historian remembers JFK's legacy 56 years after his death"

11/25/19

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"Axios" featured Pace University in "Axios Markets"

11/25/19

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"News12" featured Pace University in "Solar tree at Pace University offers shade, Wi-Fi and more"

11/25/19

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Press Release: Pace University Stands with Over 110 Colleges and Universities In Support of International Students and Optional Practical Training

11/25/19

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Press Release: Pace University Unveils “Solar Tree” Funded by Con Edison Grant

11/25/19

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"Go Tech Daily" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Inyoung You Is Charged In Her Boyfriend’s Dying by Suicide. Will Their Texts Exonerate Her?"

11/25/19

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"Forbes" featured Pace President Marvin Krislov's latest piece: "Tackling The College Confidence Gap With Generation Z"

11/23/19

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Press Release: Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon Raises Over $11,000 for Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital

11/23/19

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"USA Today" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "'I've been dying for 25 years': How a cop has stalled his child sex abuse trial for decades"

11/22/19

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"Law and Crime" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Here’s Why the FBI Might Want to Interview the Ukraine Whistleblower"

11/22/19

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"Law and Crime" featured featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Legal Analysts: Gordon Sondland Testimony Described ‘Obstruction of Justice by Pompeo’"

11/22/19

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"College Factual" featured Pace University in "Pace University – New York Ranked One of the Best for Vets in 2020"

11/22/19

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Press Release: Pace Students Win Regional College Federal Reserve Challenge at the New York Federal Reserve Bank

11/21/19

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"Washington Examiner" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah in "Media and Democrats agree: The impeachment witnesses have 'impeccable' credentials"

11/20/19

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"PopMatters" featured Pace University in "Pink Bicycles and Folding Chairs: An Interview with Microbudget Movie Maker Joshua Kennedy"

11/20/19

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"Broadway World" featured Pace University in "BWW College Guide - 25 Major Universities Share How They Give Students Real World Experience"

11/20/19

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"Midhudson News" featured Dyson's Parenting, Prison and Pups in "Prisoners and pups graduate from Pace program"

11/20/19

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"WalletHub" featured Dyson's Assistant Professor Aditi Paul in "2019’s Best & Worst Cities for Singles"

11/20/19

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"Voice of Detroit" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor Bennett Gershman in "Hundreds of police officers are proven liars"

11/19/19

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"NBC News" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law distinguished fellow in criminal justice Mimi Rocah's piece "Trump's smearing of ex-Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch echoes Christine Blasey Ford"

11/19/19

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"Yahoo News" featured Pace University in "Schools That Accept the Most International Students"

11/19/19

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"News12" featured the Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Woman claims elevator at The Galleria at White Plains has been out of service for a year"

11/19/19

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"Broadway World" featured director of the Dyson College Musical Theater Program Amy Rogers in "Andy Mientus and More to Support of The Fund for College Auditions at Hidden Cabaret series"

11/19/19

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"The Maneater" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law Dean Horace Anderson Jr. in "MU Law takes lead on paper-waste reduction"

11/19/19

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin School of Business professor Larry Chiagouris in "Shootings and shock value: Hoodies, PSA use similar tactics"

11/18/19