The University at Buffalo has launched an Innocence and Justice Project, devoted to helping inmates who were wrongfully convicted have their convictions reversed. The project brings eight students into contact with the 440 motions from inmates; those inmates might be innocent, or they might have suffered a miscarriage of justice in some way.
We talk about the effort to bring more resources to inmates who don't have the means to fight their convictions. Our guests:
- Kim Diana Connolly, director of the University at Buffalo School of Law's Advocacy Institute
- Jon Getz '92, co-director of the University at Buffalo’s Innocence and Justice Project
- Farina Mendelson '17, third year law student and participant in the University at Buffalo’s Innocence and Justice Project