Ray White

On May 22, 2024 after 25 years of wrongful imprisonment and three years living under very restrictive parole conditions, Ray can finally put his wrongful conviction behind him once and for all.

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Juneteenth 2023

This week, join us as we commemorate Juneteenth and celebrate Black Americans’ perseverance and history. What Does Juneteenth Commemorate? On January 1st, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring that all enslaved individuals were now free; however, the news didn’t reach all of the states. It wasn’t until more than two years later,

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Wrongful Conviction Factors

Wrongful Conviction Factors A wrongful conviction is the conviction of an innocent person for a crime that they did not commit. It can also be a conviction secured in violation of a person’s constitutional rights. Georgia Innocence Project focuses on wrongful convictions involving the conviction of an innocent person, though many of our cases also

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