In the Media

In the Media

ABC7: February 23, 2019

2 men released from prison with help from Loyola Law School students

NBC: February 22, 2019

Two Inmates Released After Being Convicted of Murder

Loyola Law School: February 22, 2019

Loyola Law School's Project for the Innocent Secures Reversal of Client's Murder Conviction After Repeal of Felony Murder Rule

Loyola Law School: September 27, 2018

Loyola Project for the Innocent Secures Part of $830K Grant from Justice Department to Fund Post-Conviction DNA Testing

Los Angeles Times: July 13, 2018

Judge Orders Release of Woman Who Served 11 Years Behind Bars In Grandson's Death

NBC: July 11, 2018

Great Grandmother Freed From Prison After 11 Years for Crime She Didn't Commit

89.3 KPCC: May 1, 2017

Inside a Loyola Innocence Project Success

89.3 KPCC: April 19, 2017

Loyola's Project for the Innocent Secures Third Release in a Month

Innocence Project: March 16, 2017

Andrew Wilson Freed After 32 Years in Prison

So Cal Connect: May 25, 2016

Season 7: Life After Being Wrongfully Imprisoned

Loyola Law School: September 3, 2015

Distinguished Appellate Attorney Paula Mitchell Appointed to Lead Project for the Innocent

Politico:  March 24, 2015

The Good Prosecutor; Locking up the guilty is only part of the job

Slate.com:  March 11, 2015

Innocence is not cause for exoneration; Justice Scalia's embarrassing question

Los Angeles Times: December 15, 2014

California is overdue in adopting rule on exculpatory evidence

NBC:  October 8, 2014

LPI celebrates Innocence Day by hosting a panel of exonerees to share their stories

New York Times:  September 9, 2014

CA State Assemblyman Tom Ammiano writes a letter to the NYT in which he discusses a bill he is proposing to correct prosecutorial misconduct based on his meeting with LPI client, Obie Anthony

NBC:  April 30, 2014

LPI challenges client Maria Mendez's conviction; Professor Laurie Levenson, "Shaken baby syndrome is not a science, it's voodoo"

Slate.com:  December 17, 2013

The case of LPI client Kash Delano Register answers the question, "Without DNA evidence, how could we challenge eyewitness testimony that sent our client to prison for 34 years?"

Los Angeles Times:  November 8, 2013

Kash Delano Register exonerated by LPI;  "34 Year Wait for Justice Finally Over"

Los Angeles Times:  October 1, 2011

LPI helps overturn Obie Anthony's life sentence for a murder he did not commit