A New Organization in Oklahoma and a New Board in Wisconsin


The Oklahoma City University School of Law announced recently that it will open a new legal clinic to work on cases of wrongful conviction in the state. In the video above, law school Dean Larry Hellman discusses the need for such an organization in Oklahoma.

And the Wisconsin Innocence Project, an Innocence Network member housed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, announced today that it had formed a new advisory board to assist the organization with case selection criteria and policy reform plans. The new board will include police officials, former prosecutors, defense attorneys and social scientists.

Read more about the new advisory board


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