"North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence PO Box 52446 Shannon Plaza Station Durham, NC 27717 Phone: 919-489-3268  The Duke Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility Duke University School of Law PO Box 90360 Durham, NC 27708 Phone: 919-613-7241  Wake Forest University Law School and Innocence and Justice Clinic 1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27109 Phone: 336-758-6111"

"North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence PO Box 52446 Shannon Plaza Station Durham, NC 27717 Phone: 919-489-3268 The Duke Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility Duke University School of Law PO Box 90360 Durham, NC 27708 Phone: 919-613-7241 Wake Forest University Law School and Innocence and Justice Clinic 1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27109 Phone: 336-758-6111"

[...] Bradley had stood in the way of truth in the case of Michael Morton, who spent nearly a quarter century in prison on a false conviction in the 1986 murder of his wife. The evidence, a bloody bandana found near the crime scene, was only tested after an appeals court ordered it. Since losing elected office, Bradley has tried to find work. No one would take him. [...] . Barry Scheck, co-founder and co-director of the New York-based Innocence Project, said he learned about Bradleys n...

[...] Bradley had stood in the way of truth in the case of Michael Morton, who spent nearly a quarter century in prison on a false conviction in the 1986 murder of his wife. The evidence, a bloody bandana found near the crime scene, was only tested after an appeals court ordered it. Since losing elected office, Bradley has tried to find work. No one would take him. [...] . Barry Scheck, co-founder and co-director of the New York-based Innocence Project, said he learned about Bradleys n...

The Innocence Project - Compensating The Wrongly Convicted

The Innocence Project - Compensating The Wrongly Convicted

The Innocence Project was founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University to assist prisoners who could be proven innocent through DNA testing. To date, 289 people in the United States have been exonerated by DNA testing, including 17 who served time on death row. These people served an average of 13 years in prison before exoneration and release.

The Innocence Project was founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University to assist prisoners who could be proven innocent through DNA testing. To date, 289 people in the United States have been exonerated by DNA testing, including 17 who served time on death row. These people served an average of 13 years in prison before exoneration and release.

Reasonable Doubt Part 2: Eyewitness Testimony http://godlessmom.com/reasonable-doubt-part-2-eyewitness-testimony/ #atheist #wrongfulconvictions

Reasonable Doubt Part 2: Eyewitness Testimony http://godlessmom.com/reasonable-doubt-part-2-eyewitness-testimony/ #atheist #wrongfulconvictions

The Oklahoma Innocence Project is dedicated to identifying and remedying cases of wrongful convictions in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Innocence Project is dedicated to identifying and remedying cases of wrongful convictions in Oklahoma

This is a picture of Uriah Courtney walking out of prison and into the arms of his parents. This morning the San Diego DA announced the dismissal of the charges against Uriah, who was serving a life-sentence for a rape and kidnapping he did not commit. The California Innocence Project pushed for a re-examination of the DNA evidence, which lead the police to the real perpetrator. Congratulations to Uriah, his family, and the California Innocence Project on this happy news!

This is a picture of Uriah Courtney walking out of prison and into the arms of his parents. This morning the San Diego DA announced the dismissal of the charges against Uriah, who was serving a life-sentence for a rape and kidnapping he did not commit. The California Innocence Project pushed for a re-examination of the DNA evidence, which lead the police to the real perpetrator. Congratulations to Uriah, his family, and the California Innocence Project on this happy news!

California Innocence Project Wrongfully Convicted Rafael Madrigal

California Innocence Project Wrongfully Convicted Rafael Madrigal

Stand for fairness. Donate to the Innocence Project for Christmas

Stand for fairness. Donate to the Innocence Project for Christmas

Inside a 'Serial' Addiction: Hit Podcast Features Legal Footwork of UVA Law's Innocence Project

Inside a 'Serial' Addiction: Hit Podcast Features Legal Footwork of UVA Law's Innocence Project

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