The Arizona Justice Project:
Helping the Wrongfully Convicted.
Since 1998, The Justice Project has been helping to overturn -- and prevent -- wrongful convictions in the State of Arizona. The Justice Project examines claims of innocence and manifest injustice, and provides legal representation for inmates believed to have been failed by the criminal justice system.
The Justice Project also works for policy reform, to strengthen the criminal justice system and minimize the likelihood that wrongful convictions will occur in the first place. Contact the Arizona Justice Project if you or someone you know has been wrongfully convicted or suffered a significant manifest injustice in the State of Arizona.
Any inmate in the Arizona Corrections System, currently serving a sentence based on an Arizona conviction and not represented by an attorney, may apply to The Justice Project for assistance.