The Innocence Project is thrilled to announce its first-ever Innocence Ambassador Advisor–Attorney and Justice Advocate Josh Dubin.
Dubin is one of the most preeminent and sought-after litigation consultants in the U.S., having earned high praise from leading and accomplished members of both the civil and criminal bars. He is president of Dubin Research and Consulting, Inc. (DRC), a Manhattan-based consulting firm that specializes in jury selection, persuasive visual aids, and trial strategy for complex civil and criminal matters. He is co-author along with United States Federal Judge Nancy Gertner of The Law of Juries for Thomson Reuters. An attorney and member of the Florida Bar, he regularly works with some of the most successful attorneys and law firms in the country.
Additionally, since 2004, Dubin has been a generous supporter and a significant partner in raising funds and awareness for the Innocence Project. In recognition of the Innocence Project’s 25th Anniversary, last year he persuaded former President Obama to send a letter of appreciation that was read at the Innocence Project’s annual gala. He has many friends and connections in the sports and entertainment world and is eager to leverage those contacts to build public support for the Innocence Project’s important work to free the innocent and reform the criminal justice system.
“Josh is a long-time friend, advocate, and supporter of our work to right the wrongs of our criminal justice system,” shared Maddy deLone, executive director of the Innocence Project, which is affiliated with the Cardozo School of Law. “We are honored to have him as our first-ever Innocence Ambassador Advisor and look forward to engaging him in our continuing work to build a cadre of engaged, high-profile champions for innocence.”
Dubin added, “I am honored to be working with my heroes at the Innocence Project in my new role. I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues to create more opportunities for our amazing Ambassadors that continue to raise awareness about the various criminal justice reform initiatives underway at the IP as well as engage communities across the country in contributing to the cause of freeing the innocent.”
For the full list of Innocence Ambassadors, click here.
Hello, my name is Andrea I’m 23 from WI, I’ve always been interested in criminal cases and people’s innocence. I was currently watching a show on hln called Death Row Stories, it was about 2 brothers who were wrongfully convicted of first degree murder and first degree sexual assault of a child. They served over 30yrs before their innocence was proven. My heart broke for them and their families.
I would like to learn more about the innocence project and what I need to do to be apart of it.
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