Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) began when our founding director, Emily Bolton, was awarded a two-year fellowship from the National Association for Public Interest Law (now Equal Justice Works) in 2000 to review the cases of life-sentenced prisoners in Louisiana who may have been wrongly convicted but had no way of proving it from inside prison without a lawyer.
We incorporated as a two-person operation in 2001 and have since grown to be one of the most successful innocence projects in the country. We are one of the older innocence organizations in the United States and a founding member of the Innocence Network.
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