On Mother’s Day, Montana Innocence Project Legal Director, Caiti Carpenter, reflects on how becoming a mom made her a more fierce advocate for the wrongfully convicted. Watch below:
The Montana State Prison Hobby Store is a shop in downtown Deer Lodge that sells handcrafted artwork from people incarcerated in prisons across Montana, including MTIP client Bernard Pease.
Read more about MTIP's most recent client Joseph Jefferson-Dust who was exonerated of parole revocation earlier this month at the link in our bio!
The Montana Innocence Project’s merchandise store is now open!
Join the Montana Innocence Project on Friday, September 30 to observe Wrongful Conviction Day! We will host three events in recognition of this year’s theme “Collective Impact.”
We will host our next virtual book club on Wednesday, October 19, from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. The book selection is “The Wrong Carlos: Anatomy of a Wrongful Conviction” by James S. Liebman and the Columbia DeLuna Project. Learn more at the link in our bio!
BREAKING NEWS: Montana Innocence Project exonerates Joseph Jefferson-Dust