Caiti Carpenter brings experience as a solo practitioner in private practice to the Montana Innocence Project. As a criminal defense attorney, she represented clients in post-conviction relief cases, misdemeanor and felony criminal matters, as well as dependency neglect, contract disputes, and other civil matters.
She graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Colorado in Boulder before earning her law degree from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law in Washington D.C. Carpenter is overjoyed to return to the work that first struck her passion for practicing law. She is excited to represent MTIP’s clients as well as engage with students, volunteers, donors, and staff in furtherance of this organization’s righteous mission: to exonerate the innocent.