Innocence Project Northwest

Our Mission: Free the Innocent

Innocence Project Northwest provides legal and investigative services to Washington prisoners seeking to prove their innocence. Through education and advocacy, IPNW works to prevent future wrongful convictions and encourage support for exonerees as they rebuild their lives in freedom. Learn more and get involved.

Wrongful Convictions by the Numbers

News & Notes

Two men in a Cadillac were shot dead in broad daylight in Kansas City, Kan., on April 15, 1994. Court documents and sworn affidavits show how an innocent 17-year-old, Lamonte McIntyre, was convicted for the double murder and sentenced to life. A lot went wrong.

After 45 years, Wilbert Jones walked out of a Louisiana prison a free man on Wednesday. Now 65, Jones was just 19 when he was arrested and subsequently sentenced to life without parole.

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