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Join us for a celebration honoring Florida's DNA exonerees and those who have worked to advance the cause of innocence.

An Evening of Celebration, Dinner & Awards
With Men Who Spent Decades in Prison for Crimes They Did Not Commit

Thursday, May 8, 2014
Mission San Luis
2100 W. Tennessee Street, Tallahassee

VIP Reception for Exonerees, Sponsors, Honorees & Keynote Speaker at 6 p.m.
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Dinner and Program at 7:00 p.m.

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Our theme for the evening is “stepping out and moving forward.” Please join us to honor the exonerees who are already moving forward, those who have helped them do so, and the innocent who still wait to take that first step.

Honoring

Florida DNA Exonerees
14 men who are “stepping out and moving forward” after spending 268 years wrongfully imprisoned

Honorable Nancy Daniels
Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte Commitment to Justice Award

Guy Spearman
Innocence Project of Florida Pro Bono Award

With

Brian Banks
Keynote Speaker, NFL Free-Agent and California Exoneree

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Contact
Jackie Pugh, IPF Development Coordinator, 850-561-6767 or Email.


Host a Fundraising Event in Support of IPF

DNA exonerations in Florida and nationwide clearly demonstrate that the criminal justice system is fundamentally flawed and all too often innocent people are wrongfully incarcerated. Raising public awareness of these injustices is a critical component of IPF’s on-going work. You can help free innocent people in Florida’s prison by holding an event in your community to educate your friends and colleagues. If you are interested in hosting an event, check out how to host an IPF house party.


Previous Events

We are very grateful to our friends who have worked tirelessly in support of our efforts to find and free the innocent people in Florida’s prisons. Please check out these past events that provided valuable support to IPF.

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