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What does IP stand for?

IP stands for Innocence Project


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In his judgment, Sir Brian said: "In addition to expressing our gratitude to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, we pay tribute to the work of the Innocence Project and Pro Bono Unit at Cardiff Law School, which took up the appellant's case and pursued it so diligently.
In his judgement, Sir Brian said: "In addition to expressing our gratitude to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, we pay tribute to the work of the Innocence Project and Pro Bono Unit at Cardiff Law School, which took up the appellant's case and pursued it so diligently.
Working with other Innocence Projects on post-conviction cases throughout the United States, DDC Forensics has provided DNA testing that resulted in the exonerations of Florida citizens James Bains, Derrick Williams and Cheydrick Britt, and Kentucky Innocence Project client, Kerry Porter.
He has also employed a new solicitor, who is considering a report compiled by the Bristol Innocence Project which raises questions over the original conviction.
When the Innocence Project of Florida, along with 10th Circuit Public Defender General Counsel Bob Young, stepped up to help Bain, finally he was granted the DNA testing.
Such cases "open the eyes of everyone that there are some mistakes in the system that need to be fixed," said Paul Cates, spokesman for the Innocence Project.
Blank: [The people at] the Innocence Project have been incredible supporters of the play almost since the very beginning.
com)-- The Temple Law Review and Pennsylvania Innocence Project will present False Confessions: Intersecting Science, Ethics, and the Law, taking place at Temple University, Beasley School of Law, 1719 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA on November 9, 2012, featuring, among others, Saul Kassin, Richard Ofshe, and Richard A.