OVER 1,850 EXONERATED SINCE 1989
from U.S. prisons for crimes they did not commit.read the profiles
Through the efforts of the Innocence Network and others, over 340 men and women have been released from prison after serving years in prison for crimes they did not commit.read the profiles
Established in 2002, the Innocence Project of Minnesota is a non-profit organization providing pro bono investigative and legal assistance to wrongfully convicted prisoners trying to prove their innocence. IPMN investigates claims of wrongful conviction from prisoners convicted of crimes in Minnesota. If there is DNA evidence of wrongful conviction, we also take cases from North Dakota and South Dakota. We are a founding member of the Innocence Network, a group of law schools, non-profits, journalism schools, public defender offices and law firms.