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The Innocence Project of Florida has been at the forefront of helping victims of wrongful conviction to gain vindication and rejoin free society. But we have not done it alone. Thanks to collaborations with other entities committed to justice, we have had another amazing year filled with hard-fought victories for our clients.

As we close out 2021, we have a goal to raise $100,000 to be a springboard to more success in 2022. We are hopeful about the future and, through your investment in IPF to achieve justice, the hope of our clients to achieve freedom with be realized.

The Innocence Project of Florida has adjusted to the ongoing challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our priority is the safety of our clients, applicants, and staff.


IPF will continue to actively respond to individuals and clients while adjusting to changing safety protocols. The IPF staff have transitioned to remote work and traveling with safety precautions in place.


Please take all necessary precautions recommended by the World Health Organization, CDC, and your State and Local officials. Take care of one another and be safe.

A Statement from Innocence Project of Florida on Coronavirus

Leonard Cure Exonerated After More Than 16 Years Wrongfully Imprisoned

A little more than a year after beginning review of Leonard Cure's case, the State Attorney's Conviction Review Unit of the 17th Judicial Circuit has fully exonerated him of the convictions that imprisoned him for more than 16 years.

The Innocence Project of Florida's mission is to find and free the innocent in Florida prisons, help exonerees transition back into a changed society, and work to reform the criminal justice system.


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