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Freed GIP client Terry Talley will be able to enjoy even more freedom now that he has a license, a set of wheels, & a new best friend to ride in the passenger seat!

Shoutout to Program Manager, Mike, for his work helping our freed clients readjust to life after incarceration! https://t.co/qlSFZvdYgi
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TONIGHT get the GIP inside scoop with Alabama Fellow/Attorney Meagan Hurley!

Meagan has spent 2 years working on AL cases, investigating claims of innocence & placing cases w/ pro bono counsel.

We hope to see you tonight virtually at 6 p.m for a "Q&A" https://t.co/E8gnzb4jZJ

Come hang out with us and GIP Alabama Fellow/Attorney Meagan Hurley TOMORROW.

Meagan has spent 2 years working on AL cases, investigating claims of innocence & placing cases w/ pro bono counsel.

We hope to see you virtually tomorrow at 6 p.m for a "Q&A" https://t.co/1MaqVtZaLR https://t.co/Hf33m8WkZL
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Watch the emotional recap from the day Dennis Perry was officially exonerated after spending two decades behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.

Special thank you to @iMintMedia for their help capturing this day.
https://t.co/3Dc720BWqn

Video footage captured by police-worn body cameras is closing racial gaps in police misconduct investigations according to research by criminologists and economists at Georgia State, American and Stockton universities.
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Freed GIP client Terry Talley will be able to enjoy even more freedom now that he officially has a license, a set of wheels, and a new best friend to ride in the passenger seat!

Shoutout to Program Manager, Mike Coszalter, for his continued work in helping our freed clients readjust to life after incarceration.
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
TONIGHT don’t miss out on your chance to get the GIP inside scoop with Alabama Fellow/Attorney Meagan Hurley at our second edition of "GIP Q&A".

Meagan has spent nearly two years working on GIP’s existing Alabama cases, investigating claims of innocence and placing compelling cases with pro bono counsel in Alabama. You don't want to miss this! Learn about Meagan's fellowship, innocence work in Alabama, and how Meagan and the team overcame obstacles to ensure wrongfully convicted people in Alabama have greater access to justice.

The event is virtual through Zoom and will consist of a brief presentation followed by an opportunity for you to ask Meagan any questions you might have.

We hope to see you virtually tonight at 6 p.m https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_121_y_q5RcmAVqVRgZ9sRA
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
Come hang out with us and GIP Alabama Fellow/Attorney Meagan Hurley TOMORROW for another edition of "GIP Q&A".

Meagan has spent nearly two years working on GIP’s existing Alabama cases, investigating claims of innocence and placing compelling cases with pro bono counsel in Alabama. You don't want to miss this. Get an inside scoop on Meagan's fellowship, innocence work in Alabama, and how Meagan and the team overcame obstacles to ensure wrongfully convicted people in Alabama have greater access to justice.

The event is virtual through Zoom and will consist of a brief presentation followed by an opportunity for you to ask Meagan any questions you might have.

We hope to see you virtually tomorrow, Thursday, July 29 at 6 p.m https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_121_y_q5RcmAVqVRgZ9sRA
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
“The fact that they sought the death penalty on a case with incredibly weak evidence, and involving extensive misconduct, is an indictment on the death penalty,” said Clare Gilbert, the executive director of the Georgia Innocence Project, which worked on the case for years. “Thank God Dennis Perry wasn’t executed before anybody found this out.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/23/us/dennis-perry-charges-dropped-swain-murder-case.html?smid=tw-nytimes&smtyp=cur
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
WATCH: On Monday, Dennis Perry was exonerated after spending 20 years behind bars convicted of a double murder he did not commit.


It’s an indescribable feeling, put best by our Executive Director, Clare Gilbert: “It’s days like this, days that are at the end of such a struggle, days you thought might never come, that really make it all worth it.”

I hope you’ll take the time to watch this one-minute recap of Monday’s events. It really captures how incredible the day was and how important your support is to freeing Georgia’s wrongly convicted.

Special thank you to iMint Media for their help capturing this day.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zor7IbdCg6Y
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Your support matters. When you give to GIP, you enable us to keep doing the critical work needed to correct wrongful convictions here in Georgia and exonerat...
Georgia Innocence Project
Georgia Innocence Project
Wishing GIP partner, friend and freed client John White the happiest of birthdays today! John, you inspire us—from your leather craftsmanship to your awareness-raising about wrongful convictions and the need for JUST compensation for those who have suffered them. Your voice rings loud and clear in the recent CNN article about the push for fair compensation for those convicted of crimes they did not commit.

We are thinking about and celebrating you, your talents and contributions on this special day. Happy birthday!