IPMN Client Terry Olson Freed!
Terry Olson was released from prison on September 13th after more than 10 years of incarceration.
Join us for IPMN’s Continuing Legal Education seminar on the Ethics and Causes of Wrongful Convictions, featuring IPMN Board Member Steve Kaplan.
This course explores the ethical obligations that prosecutors and criminal defense lawyers have to prevent the wrongful conviction of the actually innocent.Learn More
Michael Hanson and Koua Fong Lee pen Star Tribune editorial following IPMN’s recent success securing compensation for their wrongful convictions.
IPMN is working with the Innocence Network to develop a set of best practices for Minnesota Law Enforcement. Find out about the work the Innocence Network is doing on eyewitness identification procedures.
The Minnesota Innocence Project works to keep the innocent from being convicted and to free people imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. We take on the cases of convicted but innocent people; we educate attorneys and criminal justice professionals on best practices; and we work to reform procedures. The Minnesota Innocence Project will act in any Minnesota case where clear evidence of innocence is present.