Fried Frank regularly provides legal advice to Innocence Project staff and serves as co-counsel with the Innocence Project on a number of pro bono matters.
What does IP stand for?
IP stands for Innocence Project
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- Ingress Protection (IEC Standards)
- Inhalable Particle
- Iniciació a la Programació (Polythecnic University of Catalonia course)
- Initial Point
- Initial Position (US DoD)
- Initial Pressing
- Initial Production
- Injector Pump (diesel fuel systems)
- Injured Person
- Innings Pitched (baseball)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But attorneys with the Innocence Project of Texas, who have been conducting a massive review of arson convictions in Texas, told the Texas Forensic Science Commission at its meeting Friday that the number of cases in which arson investigations may have led to wrongful convictions will turn out to be quite small.
Blank: [The people at] the Innocence Project have been incredible supporters of the play almost since the very beginning.
The Innocence Project is a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
That's a situation the legal aid organization Innocence Project in New York wants to see changed.
However, in 1999, he was found innocent after the actual killer gave a videotaped confession to two journalism students of the Innocence Project (IP), which has a strong claim to be the most successful example of student activism since the Civil Rights Movement.
Since 2000, Illinois has had a moratorium in place for the death penalty after a series of people sentenced to death were ultimately found to be not guilty of the crimes after investigations by students at the Medill Innocence Project at Northwestern University.
These folks spent decades in prison knowing they are innocent, and there's nothing out there to prove it until the Innocence Project came along.