Exonerated Nation is a non-profit organization that offers exonerees a variety of support services so that they may successfully transition to life outside of prison and reintegrate back into society.
Exonerated Nation is a non-pro t organization that provides a variety of much needed services to offer those who have been exonerated the support they need to transition to life outside of prison, reintegrate into society and, as a result, reduce recidivism.
“I felt like I was losing mental function. I felt like I was even losing my ability to read and write, because it was not getting exercised,” he said. “I felt like a mouse, like a rat. It felt like the world was dark to me.”
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) released the first-ever national report about the toll solitary confinement takes on prisoners with physical disabilities, including those who are deaf, blind, and have limited movement.
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#BREAKING GUY MILES' CONVICTION REVERSED! The Court of Appeal, in a 50-page opinion, reversed his conviction after 18 years in prison. Congrats to Guy, his family and friends, and Alissa Bjerkhoel who has been the force behind the appeal for the last half decade!
#BREAKINGNEWS: The Kentucky Innocence Project's client, William Virgil, is finally free after 28 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. Virgil's conviction was thrown out thanks to DNA testing that was not available when he was found guilty. Congratulations and welcome home, Mr. Virgil!