The Innocence Project of Florida welcomes you to join our team for Inside Innocence, an online community sharing a series of community digital events, interactives, AMAs, emails, and blogs in order to connect, create, and learn.
IPF’s ongoing legal aid, issue advocacy, and transition support for the wrongfully convicted, imprisoned, and freed innocents is made possible by the critical support individuals like you have provided over the years. Your continued attention to our cause, advocacy for reform, and financial solidarity allows the steadfast pursuit of justice even in vulnerable and uncertain times. The Inside Innocence is a community space to share.
Online events will be organized through Facebook Live, Zoom, and Instagram Live. We will cover an array of issues related to wrongful convictions from the perspective of freed people, family members, attorneys, staff and students.
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UNLOCK THE TRUTH
You can get involved and help us take critical and time sensitive action in Florida's jails and prisons today.
We need your help. There are dozens of ways to contribute to the freeing the wrongfully convicted and advocating for reform in all levels of the criminal legal system.
It is vital that we join together to be heard and advocate for the vulnerable in prison. Especially now.
Below we have laid out a few of the most urgent calls to action and ways you can get involved.
Thank you for taking action.
Tragedy to Crime:
Women Wrongfully Incarcerated
An in-depth interview with IPF's friend and newly freed client Amanda Brumfield, who spent nearly a decade in prison convicted of a tragedy that was never a crime. Home since September, Amanda shares her perspectives on concerns specific to women in prison and issues of innocence among stories similar to her own.
Kelleigh Helm hosts Inside Innocence and IPF Executive Director Seth Miller joins us to interview our client Amanda Brumfield.
The Innocence Project of Florida's mission is to find and free the innocent in Florida prisons, help those who have been released rebuild their lives and work to prevent wrongful convictions from happening in the future.
Resources for COVID-19 in Florida Prisons
Legal Article on Conditional Medical Release:
Opinion Editorial on Conditional Medical Release:
Forms for Furloughs:
Find Florida Department of Corrections Contact Information: http://www.dc.state.fl.us/org/contact.html
Attorney Reginald Garcia's Contact Information: https://www.floridaclemencylawyer.com/