Slide Preventing WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS “Our lives begin to end the day we become
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A Growing Population of Innocent Americans Are Fighting for Their Freedom.

Imprisoned as the result of wrongful convictions, they are the victims of a flawed criminal justice system that is desperately in need of reform.

These are our sons and daughters, our brothers and sisters, our mothers and fathers. Too easily ignored, we must make their voices heard.

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JusticeIQ, founded in 2016, is a national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing wrongful convictions by increasing public awareness about the systemic reasons why innocent people get convicted.

We are a diverse group of people with a deep passion for justice. JusticeIQ was founded out of an absence of resources for those facing criminal charges.

Our intention is to provide timely, actionable information to individuals, families and their legal counsel dealing with criminal adjudication.

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6 Common Causes

As of April, 2016, The National Registry of Exonerations lists 1,740 innocent people since 1989 who were wrongly convicted of serious crimes and have since been exonerated. That’s more than 60 every year; a rate that continues to grow with the improvement of DNA testing methods and databases.

How can such grievous mistakes be so common?

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