MAIP client Troy Burner’s birthday is August 30. For his birthday, we asked him a few questions about how he spends his special day.
Every year, MAIP receives an average of 300 requests for assistance from incarcerated people who have claims of innocence. MAIP’s screening team reviews each request to determine whether there is a viable claim of innocence. Our screening team has made several improvements to our screening process so that we can help more innocent clients and reduce the time that they spend waiting for assistance.
The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s 14th Annual Awards Luncheon, held on June 28, 2023, was an amazing success! This year, our luncheon theme was “Share Your Story.”
Part-Time Operations Associate Job Description ABOUT US The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (MAIP) is a 501(c)(3) organization that works to prevent and correct the conviction of innocent people in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. MAIP has one of the highest success rates in the country for exonerating those who
At the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s 14th Annual Awards Luncheon this year, the Defender of Innocence award will go to Patrice Gaines.
At the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s 14th Annual Awards Luncheon this year, we are honored to present Jason Flom. Jeff Kempler, and Lava for Good with the Champion of Justice award.
Rodney Brown is the proud dad of Kayla and Kaylyn. For Father’s Day, we talked to Rodney about what fatherhood means to him.
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Exonerees deal with unique mental health challenges as they adjust to life outside of prison, but there are few services that cater to their needs. To fill that gap, last summer, MAIP established the Venable-Burner Exoneree Support Fund, named after MAIP client Troy Burner and longtime MAIP pro bono partner Venable.