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Innocence Project New Orleans 10th Anniversary Video

Innocence Project New Orleans 10th Anniversary Video

This video highlights the severe issues surrounding innocent prisoners in Louisiana and Mississippi. Innocence Project New Orleans works to exonerate wrongfully convicted men serving life without parole in Mississippi and Louisiana. Commentary is provided by the founder of Innocence Project New Orleans, Emily Bolton, and the director of Innocence Project New Orleans, Emily Maw. Other clients, board members, and supporters of Innocence Project New Orleans speak on the issue as well.

This video was made in May of 2011 for Innocence Project’s 10 Year Anniversary Gala.

Filmed by David S. White
Editing and Voice Over by Shawn Killebrew

Northern California Innocence Project: Obie Anthony’s Story

The story of Obie Anthony’s wrongful conviction and ultimate exoneration.

Defending Innocence Project

I am a survivor of childhood sexual assault. Here is my story.
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Innocence Project – Jerry Miller

Illinois exoneree Jerry Miller discusses his 1982 wrongful conviction and the 24 years he was incarcerated for a crime DNA now proves he didn’t commit. Jerry was the 200th person exonerated by DNA testing nationwide – learn more at www.innocenceproject.org
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Interview with Barry Scheck of the Innocence Project

Interview with Barry Scheck of the Innocence Project

Professor Barry Scheck speaks on the impact the Innocence Project has made on the criminal justice system.
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the innocent project follows a group of bright and ambitious law students.

How the Innocence Project Decides to Take a Case

Scheck’s group will take up the case of a convicted prisoner if there is the possibility that a DNA test—or multiple DNA tests—could prove them innocent.

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Innocence Project – Wrongfully Convicted mix

California Innocence Project continues efforts to free the wrongly convicted

Kimberly Long is one of many whose convictions were overturned with the help of San Diego-based California Innocence Project.

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Mississippi Roads | Innocence Project | MPB

Mississippi Roads | Innocence Project | MPB

The Innocence Project began in 1992 by Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld. They saw that across the country, holes in the judicial system led to innocent people getting locked up in prison. Many had life sentences and some were even put on death row for crimes they did not commit. So far 232 men across the country, with 4 from Mississippi have been freed. After a combined 63 years in prison these four men are finally free.



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Marvin Anderson served 15 years in prison in Virginia for a crime he didn’t commit. In this short interview, he talks about his arrest and conviction and the day the Innocence Project told him his evidence had been located and would prove his innocence.
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Innocence Project Event – The Wrongfully Convicted

Innocence Project Event - The Wrongfully Convicted

Seventeen people who served decades in prison for crimes they didn’t commit were honored in April, 2007 at an Innocence Project Event. These are their stories. Learn more at www.innocenceproject.org.
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