Jeff Blackburn, chief counsel of the Innocence Project of Texas, had initially opposed the bill for the same reasons, pointing to North Carolina, where a similar innocence commission established in 2006 has been pulled into controversy as prosecutors try to limit access to defendants who initially pleaded guilty to their crimes.
What does IPOT stand for?
IPOT stands for Innocence Project of Texas
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- Integrated Point of Sale
- Intellectual Property Office of Singapore
- International Psycho-Oncology Society
- Internet Protocol Over Satellite
- Internet Protocol Over SONET
- Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training
- Instituto Postal Telegráfico
- Ipartestületek Országos Szövetsége (Hungarian Association of Craftmen's Corporations)
- IBM (International Business Machines Corporation) Performance Optimization Toolkit (software)
- Image Processing and Optical Technology (trade show)
- Input Output Table
- Integration of Persons, Organization and Technology (ewf Europe)
- iPod Touch
- Ironic Point of View (band)
- Individual Plan of Work (various locations)
- Internet Protocol Over WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexed)
- Internet Protocol Over Wavelength Division Multiplexing
- I'm Proud of You
- I Promise Program (safe driving campaign)
- Identifiable Parent Property
Samples in periodicals archive:
Steve Egger, who is on the board of directors of the Innocence Project of Texas (IPOT).
Jeff Blackburn, a lawyer with the Innocence Project of Texas, told the commission that the court is applying the same opinion to all of the cases involving Salvador simply as a practical matter.
Jeff Blackburn, chief counsel for the Innocence Project of Texas, said his organization has long pushed lawmakers to restrict the use of informants and snitches.
Jeff Blackburn of the Innocence Project of Texas, who is working on the case, says that if the women are freed it will "be a can opener for a lot of others.
In 2009, Jeff Blackburn, the chief counsel at the Innocence Project of Texas, wrote a report that denounced the use of dog-scent lineups like the one used in Winfrey's case.
The case was reopened and attorneys at the Innocence Project of Texas have agreed to represent the women.
Part of the opposition comes unexpectedly from the Innocence Project of Texas, a nonprofit organization that attempts to overturn wrongful convictions and investigate why they happen in the first place.