The Innocence Project of Texas is a non-profit organization dedicated to securing the release of those wrongfully convicted of serious crimes in the State of Texas. The organization is currently working in partnership with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office to review hundreds of previously denied post-conviction requests for DNA testing filed by inmates convicted of offenses in Dallas County.

With the assistance of volunteer law school students and experienced attorneys, the Innocence Project of Texas is reviewing these claims one-by-one to determine whether a person has been wrongfully convicted via the use of forensic DNA testing that can conclusively prove an individual’s guilt or innocence.

For more information about the organization’s work or to contribute to its efforts, please visit the Innocence Project of Texas (IPOT) website.