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BBC News Magazine Publishes Extensive Article on Proctor

Bill Proctor

Bill Proctor, founder of Proving Innocence, is the subject of an extensive article by the BBC New Magazine. Bill has now retired from his TV journalist career. He continues to pursue justice and to confront the systemic sickness that leads to so many wrongful convictions. Read the entire article by clicking on this sentence.

It is worth noting that although Bill can now devote more attention to several different cases, Proving Innocence continues to have a severe shortage of funds. With no major benefactor or grants, PI is entirely supported by donations from individuals. As you look to a new year, we ask that you consider regular giving. It will make such a difference. Click here to give.

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Angelo Henderson Radio Download

In 2012 Ken Wyniemko was a special guest of Richard Bernstein, who served as co-host with the late Angelo Henderson on 1200 AM Detroit Radio. This segment of the show was dedicated to understanding wrongful convictions and what can be done to free the wrongfully convicted and prevent others from this fate.

Click Angelo Henderson Radio Program  to download any of the recorded programs.


The Research Corner

In The Research Corner, Professor Marvin Zalman presents summaries of current academic research on wrongful conviction in a succinct and readable format. We hope that the summaries will provide you with a more sophisticated understanding of innocence issues and stimulate further interest.




For Those Desiring PI to look at Your Case


At this point in our development, PI is only taking on cases in cooperation with other innocence projects. If you have been wrongfully convicted and your case involves DNA evidence, we recommend you contact the Cooley Innocence Project at Western Michigan Cooley Law School. If your case does not involve DNA, please contact the Michigan Innocence Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School. A third member of the Innocence Network is SADO, the State Appelate Defense Organization. For cases outside of Michigan, here is a list of innocence projects by state.