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Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

Jailhouse informant testimony is one of the leading contributing factors of wrongful convictions nationally, playing a role in nearly one in five DNA-based exoneration cases. Now, a movement to put informants under a more powerful microscope before they testify is gaining traction around the country.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

"As a kid, I wanted to come here, but quite honestly, I didn’t know if I would come out of prison."

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

The U.S. Supreme Court has never ruled on whether prosecutors can argue conflicting theories of the same crime at separate trials -- but that's what happened to Toforest Johnson, an innocent man on Alabama's death row.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

In New York City, a shocking 82,473 people's genetic information is in a DNA database. Most people have no idea their information is there.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

Join us in wishing exoneree Clarence Harrison a happy birthday!

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

Reminder: the shockingly high financial cost of incarceration impacts innocent people and their loved ones, too.

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Welcome home, Trent! https://t.co/DulXcObRfF

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Trent taking his first steps as a free man since his conviction in 2007. He was wrongfully incarcerated for a murder he did not commit, and was officially exonerated, and released from prison, today. #Innocent #InnocencePA #Exonerate #LarryTrentRoberts https://t.co/aHVaz6ov2d



“I have been enslaved, mentally as well as physically. I'm still traumatized. This fell upon us. They uprooted our life. When I say 'they,' meaning the system as a whole." - Terrance Lewis https://t.co/KwDwWiPrtX



“The story you heard tonight is not rare at all. It’s disturbingly common.” - GIP ED Clare Gilbert kicks off our panel, after the @brianbanksmovie screening



We’re here! Can’t wait to see you all for the screening of @brianbanksmovie at 7. https://t.co/23KaMOs2q0

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Who’s gotten their tickets? https://t.co/dLbB4Mw7fE

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Atlanta! Please join us for a screening of @brianbanksmovie, followed by a panel discussion, on Thursday, August 22! Just text ‘BANKS’ to 91999. Tickets are $9. See you there! https://t.co/Ha7W1KwIcN