November 13, 2012
The New England Innocence Project (NEIP) is a terrific organization dedicated to investigating and resolving cases of factual innocence. In many instances, the NEIP is the last opportunity for an individual convicted of a crime to clear his or her name and avoid serving time for a crime he or she did not commit. The attorney's, law students, and undergraduate co-op volunteers all take this responsibility seriously and work strenuously to treat each applicant with respect and dignity.
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