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Thursday, May 12, 2016

at Mission San Luis,
Tallahassee

Sister Helen Prejean, reform advocate and best-selling author, will be honored with the Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte Commitment to Justice Award. Read more about the evening.

Step out to support IPF today and purchase your tickets to attend this fun and fundraising event.



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Andre Bryant was exonerated on October 1, 2015. Read more of Andre's story here.

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Meet two Florida DNA exonerees, William Dillon and James Bain, in IPF's video, Unlock the Truth.

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Today in Wrongful Conviction History: June 25 June 25th, 2016

Happy exoneration anniversary Nathan Brown and Quentin Carter! Nathan was exonerated in Louisiana in 2014 with help from the Innocence Project and the Innocence Project New Orleans. Quentin was exonerated in Michigan last year.



Today in Wrongful Conviction History: June 24 June 24th, 2016

Several exonerees celebrate their exoneration anniversaries today. Verneal Jimerson was exonerated in Illinois in 1996 with help from the Innocence Project. Gregory Bright and Earl Truvia were convicted of the same crime and were exonerated in Louisiana in 2003 with […]



Today in Wrongful Conviction History: June 23 June 23rd, 2016

Happy exoneration anniversary David A. Gray and Darrell Williams! David was exonerated in Illinois in 1999. Darrell was exonerated in Oklahoma in 2014 with help from the Chicago Innocence Center.



Colorado Exoneree Seeks $30 Million for Wrongful Conviction June 22nd, 2016

Lorenzo Montoya, who recently celebrated his exoneration anniversary on June 16, is now suing those responsible for his wrongful conviction. Montoya was convicted in 2000 of the murder of Emily Johnson in January that year when he was just 14 […]

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