Ronald Ross Exonerated of Attempted Murder Charge After Serving Nearly Seven Years of 25-to-Life Sentence Defense Attorneys Persuade Alameda County District Attorney to Agree to Overturn Conviction and Dismiss Case OAKLAND, Calif -- Keker & Van Nest LLP and the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara University School of Law today announced they have successfully petitioned the Alameda County Superior Court to overturn the wrongful conviction of their client, Ronald Ross, for premeditated attempted murder.
What does CIP stand for?
CIP stands for California Innocence Project (law school program)
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The association spent months reviewing 91 Texas cases in which the Northern California Innocence Project in a March report identified prosecutor error or misconduct.
The new evidence in the case led the California Innocence Project, which defends prisoners they believe were either wrongly convicted or innocent, to take up the case of Brian Banks.
It paints a bleak picture about what's going on with accountability and prosecutors," said Cookie Ridolfi, founder of the Northern California Innocence Project, who researched misconduct data in Texas and other states.
In 2001, William Richards contacted the newly formed California Innocence Project (CIP) for help.
and Professor Jan Stiglitz of the California Innocence Project of California Western School of Law determined there is strong enough evidence of Wells' innocence to assist further investigation.
Lawyers from the Santa Clara University-based Northern California Innocence Project are also available to discuss the problem of wrongful conviction and the harm it has done to their now-exonerated clients.
Brown Program in Preventive Law, the California Innocence Project, and the Institute for Criminal Defense Advocacy.