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Inspirational...Powerful... Memorable...Humbling...Sold Out

...Are just a few words to describe the 3rd Annual Steppin' Out Gala. Six Florida exonerees and 250 friends and supporters celebrated in Tallahassee on May 8th. See highlights here.



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See Highlights from the Inaugural STAND UP FOR INNOCENCE

More than 150 friends and supporters joined Det. John Curcio, 2014 Frank Lee Smith Innocence Award receipient, and three Florida DNA exonerees for an evening of comedy benefitting IPF. See highlights here.


Unlock the Truth

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

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Kentucky Women Close to Exoneration August 14th, 2014

In 1998, Kyle “Deanie” Breeden was found bound with electrical cord and shot dead in the Kentucky River. For eight years, the case remained a murder mystery until Kentucky State Detective Todd Harwood announced he had solved it in only […]



Wrongfully Convicted Texas Man Exonerated August 6th, 2014

Michael Phillips’ 24-year nightmare is finally over. In 1990 in a Dallas motel room, a young white woman was brutally raped by a black man wearing a mask. At the time of the assault, Phillips was sleeping in his own […]



News Roundup From Around The Nation 7/18/14 July 24th, 2014

Often times, when working in the field of post-conviction justice, it is hard to find the good news amongst the hard realities of innocent men and women being wrongfully convicted. However, this week has proven to be the exception. We […]



News Roundup From Around The Nation 7/11/14 July 11th, 2014

In this week’s news roundup we are happy to report stories of resilience, redemption, and rebuilding. Resilience: (San Antonio, TX) Sonia Cacy spent just 5 years of her 99 year sentence in prison before she was paroled in 1999. However, […]

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