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Thursday, May 17, 2018

at Mission San Luis,

Gilbert King, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Devil in the Grove, will be honored with the Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte Commitment to Justice Award.

Read more about the evening.

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Dean McKee is Free after 30 Years in Prison!"

Dean McKee was released On January 9, 2018 while we fight to fully exonerate him. Read more about Dean's story here.

Unlock the Truth

Meet two Florida DNA exonerees, William Dillon and James Bain, in IPF's video, Unlock the Truth.

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After Exoneration: The Value of a Life February 22nd, 2018

It’s hard to put a price on the time lost behind prison walls. It is impossible to determine the monetary value of strained and broken relationships, birthdays and Christmases spent alone, years of lost wages, mental and physical suffering, or […]

Exoneration Anniversary: Darryl Adams and Ronald Eubanks February 8th, 2018

Happy Exoneration Anniversary to Darryl Adams and Ronald Eubanks! On August 12, 1992, Darryl Adams and Ronald Eubanks were woken from their sleep on the street near a Salvation Army shelter by a police officer around 2 a.m. The officer […]

Reasons for Exoneration: Witness Misidentification November 14th, 2017

In the past Reasons for Exoneration posts, we have focused on perjury and false accusations. These statements are typically made by a witness in an intentionally malicious manner. However, this is not always the case. These statements are known as a […]

Reasons For Exoneration: Inadequate Legal Defense October 27th, 2017

On October 14th, 2016, Jules Letemps was exonerated from prison. He had been charged with sexual assault and kidnapping. At trial, his defense attorney failed to analyze the deposition of the forensic expert during the trial. This deposition contained details of […]

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