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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.



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

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2015: A Record-Setting Year in the World of Wrongful Conviction February 8th, 2016

Every year, the National Registry of Exonerations releases an annual report on all the exonerations that occurred that year. The report lists the total number of exonerations for that year and also provides details about those exonerations such as what […]



Today in Wrongful Conviction History: February 8 February 8th, 2016

Happy exoneration anniversary Anthony Gray! Anthony was exonerated in Maryland in 1999.



Today in Wrongful Conviction History: February 6 February 6th, 2016

http://innocence-clinic.law.wfu.edu/Several exonerees celebrate their exoneration anniversaries today. Happy exoneration anniversary Antonio Yarbough, Travis Mccabe, Darryl Hunt, Christopher Ochoa, and Richard Danziger! Antonio was exonerated in New York in 2014. Travis was exonerated of federal charges in Louisiana in 2014. Darryl […]



‘Making a Murderer’ Roundtable – Episode 4 (Note: Spoilers!) February 5th, 2016

This week is the third installment of our Making a Murderer roundtable discussion. Episode 4, “Indefensible,” is covered. As always, we start off with a recap, then Seth Miller and Dr. Adina M. Thompson will discuss the episode. Recap: A […]

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