At Temple University Beasley School of Law
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From the Legal Director's Desk

It's been a heady time here at the Project! Our office moved to Temple University's Center City campus, our summer interns are hard at work, and we have over 20 cases in litigation across the Commonwealth. While you're enjoying summer, think about joining us in New Hope on August 1 for a screening of the documentaryThe Syndrome. The film explores cases of Shaken Baby Syndrome - what many in the medical community believe is a "junk science" which has imprisoned countless parents and caregivers. 

As always, thank you for your support; because of you, we are able to bring hope to Pennsylvania's convicted innocent.

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"The Syndrome" Takes on Shaken Baby Syndrome 

Across the country, people convicted of killing or injuring their babies are challenging their convictions on the basis that the crime never happened. What the medical establishment once universally accepted as truth - that a baby could be shaken so hard the child could die - is being questioned by doctors, researchers, academics, lawyers, and judges as outdated junk science. 

On August 1, the New Hope Film Festival will host a screening of a searing documentary, "The Syndrome." The film takes a hard look at the SBS diagnosis and how the medical field and law intersect. Ticket information for the Festival can be found at the New Hope Film Festival website. 
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Check Out Our New Office!

After 6 years, the Pa. Innocence Project has outgrown our office. Thanks to the generosity of Temple University Beasley School of Law, we have new offices in Center City, Philadelphia. 

We now have space directly across from City Hall - 1515 Market Street on the 3rd floor of Temple's Center City campus. We are walking distance to the courthouse and many of our terrific law firm partners. (But our phone number is still the same - 215-204-4255.)

Come pay us a visit, and see our new space!
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Mission of Pennsylvania Innocence Project

The Pennsylvania Innocence Project works to exonerate those convicted of crimes they did not commit and to prevent innocent people from being convicted. 

In This Issue
Great Stories, 
Great Night
Tell Me a Story videos from our Annual Event!
Tell Me a Story videos from our Annual Event!

Video stories from our Annual Event. Exonerees, Board members and supporters tell what Innocence means to them!
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Richard C. Glazer
Executive Director
Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Marissa Bluestine
Legal Director
Pennsylvania Innocence Project

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