University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic

University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic

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The University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic seeks to identify individuals who have been convicted in Maryland state courts of crimes they did not commit and to provide them with assistance in the investigation of their claims. The clinic handles cases that involve DNA testing as well as those cases that rely solely on factual reinvestigation of the underlying crime to obtain exonerating evidence. The clinic is run by an experienced criminal defense attorney with expertise in DNA and other forms of scientific evidence who has secured the exoneration of numerous individuals. In eligible cases, the project provides representation in post-trial litigation efforts to secure exonerations. The clinic is run by experienced criminal defense attorneys with expertise in DNA and other forms of scientific evidence and has secured the exoneration of numerous individuals in the course of her career. Law students conduct factual investigations, draft motions and briefs, and negotiate and argue motions in trial courts. 

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