In The News

Lethal injection bill seeks to broaden substances available in state executions, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, 2/27/23

UM law students help with Billings wrongful conviction case, The Missoulian, 2/14/23

UM Law School Students Free Innocent ManUniversity of Montana, 2/7/23

‘Unconstitutional’ public defense systems upend lives, freedom across WestThe Missoulian, 2/2/23

Montana Innocence Project reacts to settlement with its first freed clientKPAX, 12/30/22

Wrongly imprisoned man gets $5M in Sanders County settlementIndependent Record, 12/28/22

Legislature to re-examine compensation for wrongfully convictedIndependent Record, 12/20/22

Billings man jailed for 39-year-old murder granted parole, hopes to prove innocence, Billings Gazette, 12/2/22

Indigenous justice rally held in Missoula, The Missoulian, 10/1/22

Update: Billings man seeking exoneration after victim recants, The Billings Gazette, 9/1/22

Racial bias and wrongful convictions, The Montana Lawyer, Feb-March 2022 edition

Corrections Dept relents on initial $5K grant to exonerated man, KTVH, 2/2/22

Exonerated man files first claim for compensation under new law, KTVH, 12/3/21

Lawmakers approve funding for wrongfully imprisoned with gov’s changes, Helena Independent Record, 5/3/21

Bill revising Montana’s death penalty laws dies in Senate, NBC Montana, 4/15/21

Men wrongfully convicted in Montana City homicide each get $6M settlements, Independent Record, 2/23/21

Fighting for a second chance, Montana Kaimin, 2/2/21


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