To exonerate those who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit, and to prevent the innocent from being convicted.
To be eligible for review by the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, the individual must have been convicted in Pennsylvania of a crime s/he did not commit (that is, in which s/he had no involvement or complicity), and be currently in prison or serving a probation sentence with at least 7 years to serve. We cannot take cases where the individual pled guilty, and do not accept narcotics violations.
The Pennsylvania Innocence Project only accepts case inquiries through the mail, not by e-mail or phone, and the request must come directly from the inmate; we do not accept referrals from friends or family members. If you are interested in having your case reviewed by the Pennsylvania Innocence Project you need only write us a letter with a brief factual summary of the case, a statement as to why you are seeking our help and a list of the evidence used against you at trial.
Richard C. Glazer, Esq.
Marissa Boyers Bluestine, Esq.
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