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Client Stories

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.

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Policy Reform

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.

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Special Events

Join NCIP for a night of celebration at our annual Justice For All Awards Gala in person at Julia Morgan Ballroom located in San Francisco, CA. Visit the JFA page for more information on sponsorship levels and ticket pricing.


NCIP is hiring a Client Services Specialist. Apply to work on our team today and join us to
exonerate. educate. reform.

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Click the image below for the Innocence Network DEI statement.

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.

Meet our Stevens Fellow

Andaiye McAndrew is a rising 2L at Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Ms. McAndrew was first drawn to public interest law when she served as the Lead Program Assistant for Cal Poly Pomona’s Undocumented Student Services (USS). While at Cal Poly Pomona, she also served as a fellow for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHRILA), where she helped to mobilize communities around immigrants’ access to education and helped advocate for the passage of California Assembly Bill 1895 which now enables undocumented students to receive state-funded loans for California public colleges. Most recently, Ms. McAndrew worked as the Policy and Communications Coordinator at Equality Virginia (EV), the leading LGBTQ advocacy organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
For more information about the Stevens Fellowship, visit here.