Recent NCIP Press

State makes it hard for wrongly convicted to be compensated for lost years in the San Francisco Chronicle featured NCIP Executive Director Linda Starr and recent NCIP exoneree Glenn Payne.

New evidence frees wrongly convicted man from having to register as sex offender in the San Jose Mercury News featured NCIP Executive Director Linda Starr

Bay Area man who spent 13 years in prison found not guilty in the San Francisco Chronicle featured NCIP Executive Director Linda Starr

Glenn Payne’s 1991 Conviction Vacated Due to False Hair Match Testimony

Man’s name cleared based on new evidence and new California law in the Lake County News featured NCIP Executive Director Linda Starr and NCIP Supervising Attorney Paige Kaneb

Paradise man has decades-old molestation convictions overturned in the Oroville Mercury Register featured NCIP Executive Director Linda Starr and NCIP Supervising Attorney Paige Kaneb

Darwin Crabtree’s Name Cleared After 10 Years Based on New Evidence and New California Law.

After 15 years in prison, father is freed because of questionable evidence in shaken baby case by Associated Press and featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, and LA Times.

Updated Medical Science Frees Zavion Johnson after 17 Years in Prison

Wrongly Imprisoned for Killing His Infant Daughter, a Father Could Go Free This Week in Slate Magazine featured NCIP Supervising Attorney Paige Kaneb

He spent 21 years locked up for a murder he says he didn’t commit.  Soon he’ll be free in the Modesto Bee featured NCIP Supervising Attorney Paige Kaneb

Wrongly accused: Team from Santa Clara University’s ‘Innocence Project’ clear man’s name in the San Jose Mercury News
featured NCIP Legal Director Linda Starr and NCIP Supervising Attorney Paige Kaneb

Legal path eased to overturn bad convictions in the San Francisco Chronicle
featured NCIP Legal Director Linda Starr

A Tale of Two Exonerees: Their Struggles to be Paid for Years Spent in Prison in the Sacramento Bee featured NCIP exoneree Larry Pohlschneider and NCIP Legal Director Linda Starr.

Groundbreaking Report on the Cost of Statewide Wrongful Convictions on KTVU Fox 2, featured exoneree and NCIP advisory board member Rick Walker.

Panel to Consider Innocence Project Bills in the San Jose Mercury News quoted NCIP Executive Director Hadar Harris.

Northern California Innocence Project is a True David and Goliath Story in the San Jose Mercury News, featured NCIP exoneree Maurice Caldwell, advisory board member Elizabeth Zitrin and other Justice for All honorees.

O.J. Simpson, DNA and Barry Scheck – the ‘Dream Team’s’ MVP?, in the San Jose Mercury News, quoted NCIP Legal Director Linda Starr.

The Crazy Injustice of Denying Exonerated Prisoners Compensation, in San Francisco Magazine, quoted NCIP Policy Director Lucy Salcido Carter, exonerees Maurice Caldwell and Ronald Ross, and advisory board member Rick Walker.

Red Bluff Man Details Path to Innocence in Redding’s Record Searchlight featured NCIP Exoneree Larry Pohlschneider and Assistant Legal Director Maitreya Badami.

Man Exonerated after 18 Years in Prison Discusses Case, Life after his Release, in Lake County News included a quote from NCIP Legal Director Linda Starr.


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