The Innocence Project is a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Innocence Project, our work and the exonerated.
Information on how to contact the Innocence Project.
Detailed instructions on the kinds of cases we accept and how to submit a case for consideration.
A listing of our current Board of Directors.
A list of and bios for our current staff.
A list of Founders' Circle members, who work with our Board and staff to address injustice.
Current members of our Lawyers' Committee.
The Innocence Project Artists’ Committee is a group of writers, directors, actors, visual artists and musicians who support the Innocence Project and are helping raise awareness about wrongful convictions.
Our Exoneree Speakers' Bureau is made up of former Innocence Project clients who have become accomplished public speakers motivated by their desire to prevent future injustice.
Information about the Innocence Network and its member projects, working to free the innocent and bring awareness to the issue of wrongful convictions around the world.
Current job, internship and volunteer openings at the Innocence Project.
Financial information, including our most recent Form 990 and annual report.
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