2019 One Injustice is One Too Many

Arizona Justice Project requests the pleasure of your company for the 2nd annual One Injustice is One Too Many event. Join us for an unforgettable night of fellowship and heartfelt celebration at the Heard Museum.

Saturday, February 23, 2019 | Heard Museum | 5:30pm – 8:30pm

Tickets are now available! Visit the event site at: https://oneinjustice2019.eventbrite.com.


View our sponsorship packet. To become a sponsor, contact 602-496-1046 or email megan.ealick@azjusticeproject.org.

Event Program:

5:30pm – 7:00pm
Cocktail reception
Food Stations

7:00pm – 8:00pm
Esteemed keynote speaker
Faces of Manifest Injustice

Your chance to make an impact

NBA Coaches Support the Innocence Network

Thank you to Phoenix Suns coach, Igor Kokoškov, for participating in this Wrongful Conviction Day PSA! The Arizona Justice Project is grateful for the NBA Coaches Association’s support. We look forward to working together with the Phoenix Suns and NBCA as partners in the innocence movement.

The NBA Coaches Association (NBCA) is the association that represents basketball coaches in the National Basketball Association. Founded in 1976, the NBCA consists of all NBA Head Coaches, Assistant Coaches and alumni, and works closely with the NBA on all matters that pertain to the coaching profession. Learn more about the NBCA by clicking here.

2018 Wrongful Conviction Day

Today is the 5th annual Wrongful Conviction Day! It is a day to honor those who survived a wrongful conviction and raise awareness about the causes of and solutions to wrongful convictions. Today, we listen to the innocent and raise our voices to tell them they are not forgotten!

Are you ready to make a difference? Show your support by signing AJP’s letter to Arizona criminal justice stakeholders. This letter urges Arizona to adopt best practices to prevent wrongful convictions.

Together, we can help end wrongful convictions in Arizona.

Wrongful Conviction Day began as an effort of the Innocence Network, an affiliation of organizations dedicated to providing pro bono legal and investigative services to individuals seeking to prove innocence of crimes for which they have been convicted, working to redress the causes of wrongful convictions, and supporting the exonerated after they are freed.