Oklahoma Innocence Project Up and Running


One month after opening its doors, the Oklahoma Innocence Project (OIP) at Oklahoma City University School of Law is reviewing more than 100 potential cases of wrongful conviction.

When Lawrence K. Hellman, the former Oklahoma City University School of Law Dean, realized two years ago that Oklahoma was one of only a handful of states without a dedicated agency to address wrongful convictions, he began the campaign for the state’s innocence clinic. Pictured above are staff, supporters, faculty and advisors at a recent OIP open house.

Tiffany Murphy, formerly of the Midwestern Innocence Project, heads the OIP as director. Murphy brings experience from her roles as the Midwestern Innocence Project’s legal director and interim executive director.

The OIP brings together law students, attorneys and the project’s director to identify and help remedy cases of wrongful convictions.

There have been ten DNA exonerations in Oklahoma


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Brenda Bolden January 31, 2018 at 9:29 pm Reply   

I would like to send information on my grandson case. There are several things that need be look at. He now serving 2 life sentences. running one after the other. I know he is not guilty.

Dan Williams December 16, 2017 at 6:31 am Reply   

Hello, I would just like to know if I could send you my brothers information on his trial and conviction? Many red flags and questions are at play on what transpired and how his case was handled.

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