13 minutes | May 1st 2020

Anne Driscoll

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Anne Driscoll has dedicated her life to helping people who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes. In 2013, she came to Ireland as a Fulbright Scholar to teach law students at the Irish Innocence Project in Griffith College how to investigate wrongful convictions.On her last day in Ireland, Anne became a victim of crime for the first time in her life.--You can find out more about Anne by visiting her website.---Anne wrote a series of memoirs about her life in Ireland. They are available on Amazon:Irish You Were Here: My Year of Matchmaking Festivals, Fairy Forts and Mugging My Mugger in IrelandIrish You Were Here: Volume Two: My Year of Chip Butties, Holy Wells and Hugging My MuggerIrish You Were Here: Volume Three: My Year of Roaming Ancient Castles, Finding Magic Marbles and Writing Letters to My Mugger  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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