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Thursday, May 12, 2016

at Mission San Luis,

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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Charges Dropped Against Two Wrongfully Convicted Chicago Men July 26th, 2016

Last week, prosecutors dropped charges against two men who have spent the past 23 years wrongfully incarcerated. Jose Montanez and Armando Serrano were convicted in 1993 for the murder of Rodrigo Vargas and were sentenced to 55 years in prison. […]

Lawrence McKinney Granted Exoneration Hearing July 25th, 2016

Last month, an article was posted to our blog about Lawrence McKinney’s request for exoneration and Tennessee State Representative Mark Pody’s frustration with how long that process was taking. Now, some progress has finally been made, as the Tennessee Board […]

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

Happy exoneration anniversary Sean Adams, Carlos Ashe, Darcus Henry, and Johnnie Johnson! All four men were convicted of the same crime in Connecticut and were exonerated in 2013.

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

Several exonerees celebrate their exoneration anniversaries today. Alexander Hebrard was exonerated in Texas in 2013. Tyler Gassman, Robert Larson, and Paul Statler were convicted of the same crime in Washington state and were exonerated in 2013 with help from the […]

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