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Innocence Project
We work to help free innocent people from prison and reform laws to prevent wrongful convictions.
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Innocence Project 11h
Three weeks ago, Clifford Williams left prison a free man, his 43-year wrongful conviction overturned.
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“Golf is saving my life right now because I had almost 20 years then and I was on borrowed time myself.” —Valentino Dixon
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"I then blew the whistle on a sitting sheriff in Georgia." —Jonathan Newton
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Innocence Project Apr 19
Texas man may FINALLY get compensation for the 12 years he spent on death row.
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Innocence Project Apr 19
Help make Nevada the 34th state in the country to compensate Fred Steese, DeMarlo Berry and others who were wrongly convicted:
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Innocence Project Apr 19
“They took 21 years of my life. I lost a sister and a mother while I was in prison, so I think they owe me a lot.” —Fred Steese, exonerated after 21 years in prison
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Innocence Project Apr 18
"I am, at 59 years old, more of a retirement age, and I'm doing like a 20-year-old man's job." —Malcolm Alexander, exonerated after 38 years in prison
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Innocence Project Apr 18
“They took 21 years of my life. I lost a sister and a mother while I was in prison, so I think they owe me a lot.” —Fred Steese, exonerated after 21 years in prison
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Housing Works Bookstore Cafe Apr 15
As part of our "New Law & Order" panel on 4/17 we'll be screening "Power of Prosecutors" by ft. , , , Nina Morrison of , , & .
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Cardozo Law Library Apr 17
Dean ; co-founder of , ; current & former students; family; & long-term colleagues gathered to offer their tributes to . 2/3
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Innocence Project Apr 17
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Help make Nevada the 34th state in the country to compensate Fred Steese and others who were wrongly convicted:
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Innocence Project Apr 16
“They took 21 years of my life. I lost a sister and a mother while I was in prison, so I think they owe me a lot.” —Fred Steese, exonerated after 21 years in prison
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Friday night at the banquet. Archie, a man who spent 45 years in prison - recently released and exonerated sang “Change is gonna come” — 🙌🏾 45 years!!! This song means something. Listen. And sing.
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Innocence Project Apr 16
ICYMI: New York passed the strongest discovery law in the country. Thank you to everyone in the Repeal the Blindfold Coalition who played a role in making this happen, with huge thanks to Peter Ward and Jason Ortiz from
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Innocence Project Apr 15
Today marks 20 years of freedom for Dennis Fritz. Fritz was wrongly convicted of Debra Sue Carter's murder in Ada, Oklahoma along with Ron Williamson. The conviction was based on now discredited hair analysis. He was later exonerated with DNA testing.
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Innocence Project Apr 15
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Learn more about Fritz and Williamson via doc based on 's book "The Innocent Man:
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Innocence Project Apr 15
Today, we remember Ron Williamson 20 years after his exoneration. Williamson was wrongly convicted of murder in Oklahoma along with Dennis Fritz. Williamson was sent to death row & spent 11 years in prison. At one point, he came within 5 days of execution.
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Brooklyn Defender Services Apr 12
Andrea Saenz, attorney-in-charge of BDS' practice, & Dara Gell, staff atty at , presented the 1st ever imm. panel at The Innocence Network Conference, "Immigration & Wrongful Conviction" about the complications of representing non-citizens in an innocence case.
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Oregon Innocence Project Apr 12
Archie Williams spent 36 years in Angola prison, an innocent man. He’s been out two weeks, thanks to . Here he is, singing with his sister at the Innocence Network Conference.
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Kristine Bunch Apr 15
Let's bring change
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