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Georgia Innocence Project

Justice is supposed to involve the search for truth, not the search for the easiest case to fight. What happens when prosecutors get that backwards? If you've listened to Episode 18 of Undisclosed Podcast, let us know your thoughts: http://undisclosed-podcast.com/

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

Any This American Life listeners remember an episode about a drug court judge gone rogue? Judge Amanda Williams used indefinite jail terms & a heavily punitive approach. She’s no longer on the bench - but she certainly was when she convicted our client, Dennis Perry, with zero physical evidence.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

The Georgia Bureau of Investigations has now been using CODIS -- the DNA database -- for 20 years. CODIS allows forensic labs across the country to compare DNA profiles, and look for matches. CODIS had an important role to play in our incredible former client John White's case. John was exonerated in 2007, after 22 years behind bars.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

How many innocent people might be sitting in prison in Georgia for Samuel Little's crimes?

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project updated their cover photo.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

Why does GIP exoneree John White have such a big smile? Because he is celebrating the anniversary of his freedom from wrongful conviction! And thanks to your incredible generosity this #GivingTuesday- including the $8,000 match you easily met - you raised an amazing $23,379 from 103 supporters, to help more imprisoned innocent attain such a joyous day in the future. We are truly humbled by your kindness and support. THANK YOU from all of us at GIP.

We will be in touch soon about Joey Watkins' birdhouse drawing!

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Across the country, rape kits are being destroyed before investigations are completed. This is a systemic failure. https://t.co/5DL5Zj1cJL

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5 takeaways from CNN's investigation into rape kit destruction https://t.co/Xx3qclJsH5 https://t.co/DureRvzD0k



Justice is supposed to involve the search for truth, not the search for the easiest case to fight. What happens when prosecutors get that backwards? @Undisclosedpod S3 Ep 18. https://t.co/Uq0ZzROr7I



Yes, jury selection is as racist as you think. https://t.co/FYviaIN5a5



Any @ThisAmerLife listeners remember an episode about a drug court judge gone rogue? Judge Williams used indefinite jail terms & a heavily punitive approach. She’s no longer on the bench - but she was when she convicted our client, Dennis Perry, with zero physical evidence. https://t.co/GplmHHOdLt



How many innocent people might be sitting in prison in Georgia for Samuel Little’s crimes? https://t.co/6E5mOrsow8