NCIP client Joaquin Ciria, a 61-year-old man who spent the last 32 years wrongfully incarcerated was exonerated on April 18, 2022 in San Francisco Superior Court with the help of pro bono attorney Ellen Eggers.
The California Innocence Coalition– the Northern California Innocence Project, the California Innocence Project, and Loyola Project for the Innocent – work on policy reform to help reduce the risks of a wrongful conviction.
NCIP spoke with author M. Chris Fabricant about his latest book 'Junk Science and the American Criminal Justice System' in April 2022. M. Chris Fabricant is the Innocence Project’s Director of Strategic Litigation and one of the nation’s leading experts on forensic sciences and the criminal justice system.
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.
- The Christian Science Monitor Daily for June 6, 2022 - The Christian Science Monitoron June 6, 2022
- Key CA Assembly Committee OKs Expert Testimony Bill – Expected to End Some Wrongful Convictions - The People’s Vanguard of Davison June 3, 2022
- Modesto man failed by justice system seeks compensation - Modesto Beeon May 22, 2022
- Editorial: Reject the recall of SF DA Boudin - Bay Area Reporter, America's highest circulation LGBT newspaperon April 27, 2022
- He spent three decades in prison for a murder he didn't commit. Now at 61, this San Francisco man will be freed - kuna noticias y kuna radioon April 19, 2022