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The Montana Innocence Project hosted a virtual panel on Friday, June 15 to discuss the implications of Shinn v. Ramirez, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta on criminal and racial justice. The panel was moderated by MTIP Executive Director Amy Sings In The Timber and featured MTIP Board Members and criminal defense attorneys Caitlin Boland Aarab, Andrew Huff, and Colin Stephens.

Watch the panel below: