INNOCENCE CLINIC

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Lawrence Johnson had no idea that earning a living working at his father’s painting business could one day lead to prison. Johnson has been in jail since 2009, serving a life sentence for a murder that occurred in 1996. Johnson has...

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of Bobby Moore to consider the limits of the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition against executing the mental disabled. A Texas appellate court held that Moore could be executed...

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Don Guerazzi, JD '14, Jade Valdes, JD '16, Craig Trocino, Claudia Meijides, JD ’16

Clothed in a bright orange prison jumpsuit, Jerome Hill hobbled into a Pensacola courtroom on March 30. The heavy shackles at his...

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

It is acknowledged among criminal law practitioners that federal habeas litigation is one of the most difficult areas of practice. Section 28 USC 2254 has spawned some of the most complicated case law and procedure in criminal...

Friday, February 27, 2015

The tireless and tenacious work of Innocence Clinic students is often unsung. Wrongful convictions of innocent people take years to litigate properly. But in the case of Jerome Hill, Innocence Clinic students have found enough evidence and...

Monday, January 30, 2012

The Innocence Clinic, which is dedicated to rectifying wrongful convictions and combating injustice, has two new faces on its team.

Craig Trocino, who since 2010 has worked as an adjunct with the clinic, has a fresh title –...

Monday, January 30, 2012

The Innocence Clinic, which is dedicated to rectifying wrongful convictions and combating injustice, has two new faces on its team.

Craig Trocino, who since 2010 has worked as an adjunct with the clinic, has a fresh title –...