Reports & Publications


Reports & Publications

Below are links to the Innocence Project’s

annual reports








Annual Reports

2013 Annual Report:

an overview of our work — from our founding principles to the thousands of cases we evaluate each year to recent exonerations and policy reforms.

Visit the annual report section.

Previous Issues:

2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report

2009 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

2007 Annual Report

2006 Annual Report

2005 Annual Report

Innocence Project Magazine

Innocence Project in Print — Winter 2014

: In this issue, we explore Nathan Brown’s case in-depth and talk to Jen Dysart about eyewitness misidentifications. We also celebrate our most recent exonerees and much more. 

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Previous Issues:

Summer 2014


Summer 2013

Winter 2012

Summer 2012

Winter 2011

Summer 2011

Winter 2010

Summer 2010

Winter 2009

Summer 2009

Winter 2008

Summer 2008

Winter 2007

Summer 2007

Summer 2006



250 Exonerated, Too Many Wrongfully Convicted:

A special report on the first 250 DNA exonerations in the United States.

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More Reports:

Exoneree Compensation:

“Making up for Lost Time: What the Wrongfully Convicted Endure and How to Provide Fair Compensation”

Eyewitness Identification

: “Reevaluating Lineups: Why Witnesses Make Mistakes and How to Reduce the Chance of a Misidentification

Forensic Oversight:

“Investigating Forensic Problems in the United States

New York Reforms:

Lessons Not Learned: NY Leads in the Number of Wrongful Convictions but Lags in Reforms That Can Prevent Them

200 Exonerated, Too Many Wrongfully Convicted

Research Reports

Prosecutorial Misconduct and Wrongful Convictions

: Court Findings of Prosecutorial Misconduct Claims in Post-Conviction Appeals and Civil Suits Among the First 255 DNA Exoneration Cases

Ineffective Assistance and Wrongful Convictions

: Court Findings of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Claims in Post-Conviction Appeals Among the First 255 DNA Exoneration Cases

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