A cello concert tomorrow night in Seattle and a symposium April 17 in New Hampshire will help raise funds and awareness about the causes of wrongful conviction and the countless innocent people still waiting for justice.
Paul Rucker will perform a solo cello concert in Seattle tomorrow night (Friday, April 11) to raise money for the Innocence Project. Tickets are $5-$15.
More information (and a video of Rucker performing) is here
Exoneree Dennis Maher will speak at a symposium on April 17 at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. The discussion, entitled “When Justice Fails, Perspectives of the Exonerated Defendant and His Prosecutor,” will also feature comments from J.W. Carney Jr., who was the prosecutor in both of Maher’s convictions and also worked actively for Maher’s exoneration when evidence of his innocence came to light. The event is free and open to the public.
Learn more here