Q+A with Barry Scheck on Facebook Live
04.21.17 By Innocence Staff
As part of our year-long celebration to commemorate the its 25th anniversary, over the next month the Innocence Project will be hosting a Facebook Live series to give you a chance to ask our staff questions about their unique work.
The series launches this coming Monday with Innocence Project Co-Founder and Co-Director Barry Scheck. Starting at 2:30 p.m. EST, log on to Facebook Live, where we’ll be taking your questions. You can also post questions for Barry in the comments section below on this page. And in the coming weeks, look out for more opportunities to chat with Innocence staff including Director of Post-Conviction Litigation Vanessa Potkin, Staff Attorney Karen Thompson and others.
To learn more about the evolution of the Innocence Project over the past 25 years, check out our special microsite. There you can read about our achievements in securing freedom for hundreds of wrongfully convicted people across the country and changing laws to make our system more fair and just.
Also, join us as an Innocence Partner in celebration of our 25th anniversary! Start a monthly sustaining gift today and we’ll work together every month to free the innocent, prevent wrongful convictions and support exonerees after release. Thank you for your commitment to justice.
Take a look at the Q+A with Barry below.
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January 10, 2018 at 7:36 am
I am the publisher of the newspaper in Elgin, Texas. I sat through the Rodney Reed appeal. I am stunned by the verdict. I’m inviting your opinion, on our editorial page and think it would be a welcomed rejoinder to the decision.
Your thoughts matter.
If you could share them, I’d appreciate it.
Brian roe February 19, 2018 at 4:25 pm
I can appreciate your sponsorship to alleviate those wrongfully convicted.
Even by false confessions but
Why are is the criteria set so high and unfair for equal access and protections to those that has a legitimate
Open case and released..
That you can help ..
Does the suffering have to be of such high degree to care?
And or help?
There’s more than just DNA that
Can clear an innocent person..
What about the DNA structures of misconduct that is holding the case together.