William Dillon to Perform at IPF’s First Annual Gala

Alejandra de la Fuente — March 28, 2012 @ 1:23 PM — Comments (2)

Can you imagine losing decades of your life to punishment for a crime you did not commit?

Florida’s 13 DNA exonerees don’t have to imagine; they know just how it feels to serve time for crimes that they had nothing to do with. At Steppin’ Out with the Innocence Project of Florida, IPF’s first annual gala, you will get to hear the stories of these amazing men. Amazing, inspiring, and horrifying – the stories that they have to offer are the best proof that our justice system is broken and needs to be fixed.

William “Bill” Dillon is one of Florida’s DNA exonerees, and he will share his stories through song with a performance at this special event. Dillon learned to play guitar while serving 27 years for a murder he didn’t commit and released his first album, Black Robes and Lawyers, in 2011.

Reserve your spot today to step out for justice and hear these inspiring men share their stories.

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  2. Yup, The police wanted a conviction rather than the truth. Why innocent people are prosecuted shows that citizens review boards independant of the courts and police are greatly needed. I would tend to believe that his legal representation was below par to easily convict him. Where is the accountablity for the ones who have ,knowingly prosecuted him ?That is a crime. james e. fraleigh

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