In January 1987, Adeline Wilford was murdered in her Talbot County, Maryland, home when she interrupted a burglary in progress. Police believed that the killer or killers had entered the house through a laundry room window—they found palm prints on the window and the washing machine right inside the window,
MAIP is adding to our development team! We are looking to hire a Development Associate. If you or someone you know is in the market for this brand new, full-time role, please direct them to the job posting here.
This morning, the Baltimore City Circuit Court vacated the conviction of Melvin Thomas, who has spent nearly 19 years in prison for an attempted murder he did not commit. Later today, Melvin will leave prison as a free man, thanks to the work of our longtime friend and colleague, Booth
The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project is currently seeking candidates for our part-time (20 hours per week) Operations Manager position. If you or someone you know is looking for an opportunity like this, please refer them to this posting.
The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project fights every day on behalf of innocent men and women from D.C., Maryland, and Virginia who languish in prison for crimes they did not commit. MAIP is proud to be &pizza’s fundraising partner on Juneteenth! TODAY, Friday, June 19, please enter MAIP in the promo code
We at the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project join the Innocence Network and the Black Lives Matter Movement in condemning the senseless murder of George Floyd and so many other Black citizens killed by police brutality. In our work, we unfortunately see the effects of systemic racism and anti-Blackness every day. Our
Learn about the recently passed innocence laws in Virginia on Thursday, May 7 at 3 p.m. on Facebook Live. Thomas Haynesworth, featured on the “The Innocence Files” docuseries, will join Virginia House Majority Leader Charniele Herring (D-Arlington), the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project, and University of Virginia (UVA) Innocence Clinic client Darnell Phillps on Thursday,
Last week, MAIP client Matt Horner walked out of prison for the first time in 15 years, released on electronic monitoring. A federal judge reversed Matt’s conviction in February. While the state is appealing, it agreed to the release given the risks to prisoners during the COVID-19 outbreak. Matt was