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Who is more qualified than Reginald Dwayne Betts?

Attorney Josh Tepfer Ever do something stupid when you were a teenager? Of course you did. Want to know why you did that stupid thing? Well, one reason is your brain wasn’t fully mature. Teenagers do stupid things, in part, because of biology. Their brains don’t let them see long term consequences or too far ...

Breaking: EP Files for Immediate Release After New DNA Evidence Exonerates Nevest Coleman

UPDATED: Monday, August 7, 2017 Judge May Announce Decision On Releasing Wrongfully Imprisoned Chicagoan on August 18th Release of Nevest Coleman, Wrongfully Imprisoned 23 Years, is Opposed by States Attorney Foxx, Despite DNA Match to Another Suspect, a Serial Rapist Proteges of Disgraced Cmdr Jon Burge Secured His Conviction CHICAGO, 1 PM 8/7/2017 – At a Cook County Courthouse hearing ...

Chicago Contract Attorney

The Exoneration Project (EP) is seeking a full time contract attorney to assist with a new initiative and partnership with the Iowa State Public Defender’s Office, Wrongful Conviction Division (WCD), and the Midwest Innocence Project. The EP contract attorney will be assisting these projects in conducting a statewide review of Iowa criminal cases that rely ...

Insure or Imprison?

By Eva Nagao If you are incarcerated at any point in your life, you are likely unhealthier both before, during, and after your incarceration when compared to an individual who does not experience imprisonment. Prisons are disproportionately filled with low-income[1] individuals and ethnic and racial minorities. Excluding prisoners from adequate healthcare (i.e. the Medicaid Inmate ...