Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent Secures Third Release of 2017

ICYMI: Loyola Law School of Loyola Marymount University Project for the Innocent helped release a wrongfully convicted prisoner, receiving national coverage. This is their third successful release of the year. Project for the Innocent client Jaime Ponce has reunited with his family in Mexico after serving 19 years in prison after being falsely accused of a shooting.

Loyola’s Project for the Innocent pursues claims of actual innocence on behalf of those wrongfully convicted of crimes. Students work under the supervision of professors and other attorneys. Since 2011, they have secured the release of five clients.

Learn more about the program and Ponce’s story here.

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