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After 25 years in prison for a murder he did not commit, NCIP client Miguel Solorio recently had his conviction reversed.
Click here to read the press release.

2023 Year in Review

NCIP had many legal and policy successes in 2023. Click here to see highlights and learn more about how NCIP continued to exonerate, educate and reform over the past year.

Join Our Team

Do you want to be a part of an amazing team? NCIP is seeking a diverse pool of applicants for its Senior Clinical Supervising Attorney position. To learn more about the position or to apply, click here.

RJA Symposium

Join us on March 1, 2024 for Santa Clara Law's Racial Justice Symposium, co-hosted by the Santa Clara Law Review, Center for Social Justice and Public Service, Heafey Center for Advocacy, and NCIP. 

Policy Reform

The California Innocence Coalition (CIC) consists of four innocence projects in California: NCIP, the Loyola Project for the Innocent, the Los Angeles Innocence Project, and The Innocence Center. CIC's three-part mission is to craft and pass legislation to prevent wrongful convictions from occurring, create avenues of relief for those wrongfully incarcerated, and empower exonerated people once they come home. Since 2016, CIC has been successful in passing over a dozen laws. 

For more information on bills sponsored by the CIC, click here

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