Kevin Harper, after losing 13 years in prison, was released on January 21, 2022. Kevin's team includes NCIP's pro bono partners at Cooley LLP and Latham & Watkins LLP.
Senator Scott Weiner (D-San Francisco) introduced a CIC-sponsored bill, SB 467 End Wrongful Convictions Act, in January 2022. The bill combats wrongful convictions resulting from faulty expert witness testimony.
NCIP just celebrated its 20th Anniversary with a presentation featuring the four men who have been freed since the start of the Pandemic. Watch and learn about their stories.
NCIP launched on Wrongful Conviction Day 2021 results from our social media campaign called #MakingChanges,
a project created by NCIP volunteers highlighting our community's thoughts and opinions on wrongful convictions. Visit the page to learn more.
- Georgia Man Exonerated After Spending 23 Years in Prison for a Murder He Didn't Commit - The Georgia Virtueon December 21, 2021
- Santa Clara Law School's Northern California Innocence Project Turns 20 - Santa Clara Universityon December 9, 2021
- 'I could be killed at any time': The anguish of being wrongfully convicted of murder - UCLA Newsroomon October 28, 2021
- About the District Attorney - sccgov.orgon September 29, 2021
- SF to pay $8 million to man wrongly convicted of murder - San Francisco Chronicleon September 28, 2021